[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies (1 position) Kurt Pfisterer Agency Accreditation Manager Division of Juvenile Justice Since 1980, Kurt Pfisterer has worked for the New York State Office of Children and Family Services--Division of Juvenile Justice in a variety of positions, including community supervision; four years as a facility-based case manager; 10 years as facility supervisor of security services; three years supervising a discrete, certified substance abuse program for juvenile offenders; three years supervising a secure mental health program; three years as agency director of security services; and since 2006, agency accreditation manager.
What does NAJCA stand for?
NAJCA stands for National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies
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- Nordic Association for Japanese and Korean Studies
- National Association of Japan-America Societies, Inc.
- National Association of Jamaican and Supportive Organizations
- National Association of Japanese Canadians
- National Association of Jewish Chaplains
- New American Justice Coalition (fictional)
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- Nashville Area Junior Chamber of Commerce (Tennessee)
- North American Jewish Data Bank
- National Association of Jazz Educators
- Nebraska Advocates for Justice and Equality
- North Attleboro Junior Football (Massachusetts)
- Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom and Democracy
- North American Journal of Fisheries Management
- National Association of Junior Golfers (Palm Beach, FL)
- North American Japanese Garden Association (Portland, OR)
- National Association of Judicial Interpreters
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Juvenile Detention Association (NJDA), the National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies (NAJCA), the Juvenile Justice Trainers Association (JJTA), and the Council for Educators of At-Risk and Delinquent Youth (CEARDY) merged under the operational umbrella of NPJS.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies (1 position) Patrick J.
The National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies offers its members opportunities to network and discuss such issues through the exchange of ideas with others in the field.
The Alliance for Juvenile Justice was forged in 1994 as an affiliation of several national associations and organizations, including JJTA, the National Juvenile Detention Association and the National Association of Juvenile Correctional Agencies.