Simmons, Steinberg, Frick, and Cauffman. The differential influence of absent and harsh fathers on juvenile delinquency (2018).
ND Dual Status Youth Initiative 2017-2018. North Dakota Health Department. The initiative aims to enhance collaboration between child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help prevent youth from "crossing over," developing joint plans for Dual Status Youth and allocating resources.
When Systems Collaborate: How Three Jurisdictions Improved their Handling of Dual-Status Cases. National Center for Juvenile Justice (November 2015) This publication provides case studies of three jurisdictions trying to coordinate information and services to youth with dual-status in both the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.
Mertens, Mark and Melissa Blom. A Better Way to Do Business: Changing Organizational Culture to Promote Integrated Service Delivery in Child Protection and Juvenile Justice Systems. Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice. January 2015. This practice brief focuses on the Outagamie County, Wisconsin juvenile justice and child welfare divisions and how they developed protocols for working together with dually involved youth.
- Gately, Gary. Dual Status Kids Endure Another Kind of Double Jeopardy. Juvenile. Justice Information Exchange. (January 18, 2015).
- Fromknecht, Anne. Systems Integration: Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice. JJGPS StateScan. (2014). The way states organize the administration of child welfare and juvenile justice varies widely across the country and may influence a state’s ability to coordinate services between the two systems.
- From Conversation to Collaboration: How Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Agencies Can Work Together to Improve Outcomes for Dual Status Youth. Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice. May 2014. This paper provides a review of the research and a discussion on overcoming the culture and attitudes that can prevent collaboration between systems.
- Guidebook for Juvenile Justice & Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration: A Framework for Improved Outcomes, 3rd Edition Dec 13, 2013, Janet K. Wiig and John A. Tuell, with Jessica K. Heldman and the supporting publication, Dual Status Youth - Technical Assistance Workbook (2013).
- Herz, Denise, et al. Addressing the Needs of Multi-System Youth: Strengthening the Connection between Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice. (March 2012). Center for Juvenile Justice Reform This paper was released at a symposium held at Georgetown University in March of 2012 and provides a framework for jurisdictions to utilize in their efforts to better serve crossover or dually involved youth.
- Feyerherm, William and Sandy Johnson.Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Estimates of the Crossover between Oregon’s Systems. A Report for the Youth Development Council. July 2012. This project attempted to match youth from the juvenile justice system with the child welfare system for a twelve year period and analyze the characteristics of these crossover youth.
- Doorways to Delinquency: Multi-System Involvement of Delinquent Youth in King County (Seattle, WA) (2011) This study found that 67 percent of the youth served in the juvenile justice system in King County had previous involvement in the child protection system.
- Shay C. Bilchik. Addressing the Needs of Youth Known to be both the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems. (2010). Future Trends in State Courts 2010. This article discusses innovative practices courts can help implement to better serve children that come to their attention through multiple systems, in particular the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. It identifies ways courts and their system partners can reengineer their work to best serve these youth and prevent further system involvement.
- Lutz, Lorrie and Macon Stewart Crossover Youth Practice Model. (2015). Center for Juvenile Justice Reform The Crossover Youth Practice Model provides information on youth involved in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems and provides a model for evidence based intervention and treatment of these dually-involved youth.
- Uniting for Youth. (2009). King County Resource Guide: Information Sharing, Second Edition. Seattle, WA: Casey Family Programs. This guide provides clear, easy-to-follow guidelines around information sharing and confidentiality for children and youth in contact with multiple systems.