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Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
Buddy Howell on Gangs
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Buddy Howell on Gangs

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On Jan. 13, James C. (Buddy) Howell spoke at UCLA as part of "GANGS: Strategies to Break the Cycle of Violence," a 2010-2011 speaker series at the UCLA School of Public Affairs. The series addresses …

On Jan. 13, James C. (Buddy) Howell spoke at UCLA as part of "GANGS: Strategies to Break the Cycle of Violence," a 2010-2011 speaker series at the UCLA School of Public Affairs. The series addresses gang issues—both in Los Angeles and on a national scale—with special focus on current knowledge of gang operations, intervention strategies, effective support services and policy recommendations.

Howell worked at the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) in the U.S. Department of Justice for 21 years, mostly as director of research and program development. He was also director, National Institute of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and deputy administrator of OJJDP. He currently is senior research associate with the National Youth Gang Center in Tallahassee, Florida, and special advisor to the Life History Research Program at the University of Pittsburgh. He is an associate editor of the journal Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, and author of the book Juvenile Justice and Youth Violence (Sage), and lead editor of A Sourcebook: Serious, Violent, and Chronic Juvenile Offenders (Sage). Some of his more than 70 published works have appeared in Crime & Delinquency, Criminology, the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. Dr. Howell is very active in helping States and localities reform their juvenile justice system and employ evidence-based programs, and in working with these entities in addressing youth gang problems in a balanced approach.

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