Series 5.3: Department of Youth Services files (Mary Mertz) – OHIO University Libraries

Box #1 – Department of Youth Services

  1. 1998 Misc.
  2. 1997 Misc.
  3. 1996 Misc.
  4. 1995 Misc.
  5. 1994 Misc.
  6. 1993 Misc.
  7. 1992 Misc.
  8. 1991 Misc.
  9. 1990 Misc.
  10. Bootcamp
  11. Brinkhaven
  12. Complaints/Investigations
  13. Comprehensive Strategy (Folder #1)
  14. Comprehensive Strategy (Folder #2)
  15. Delinquent and Unruly Youth
  16. Detention Facilities/Cuyahoga County
  17. Education

Box #2 – Department of Youth Services

  1. Escapes
  2. IRS Suicide
  3. JOGS (Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates)
  4. Marion Supermax
  5. MH/SA Statistics
  6. Parole
  7. Personnel
  8. PSI Task Force
  9. Private Facilities
  10. Puckett
  11. Youth Services Network
  12. Sagamore Hills
  13. Scioto Village Suicide
  14. Sentencing Commission

Box #3 – Department of Youth Services

  1. All files from 1992 DYS Overhaul
  2. [Clipped material] Training of DYS employees at OSHP re: significant incidents
  3. [Clipped material] OCSEA’s response to Disciplinary Review Task Force
  4. [Clipped material] Juvenile Justice Working Group Interim Report
  5. [Clipped material] Services from DRC to DYS
  6. [Loose material]
  7. Monthly Meetings
  8. Drug Testing
  9. Investigation Training
  10. Keep Drugs Out
  11. Education Task Force
  12. CIIC – Peter Davis
  13. Personnel Action – DAS
  14. DYS Task Force
  15. DYS Clips
  16. Task Force
  17. Juvenile Justice 8/21/92
  18. Juvenile Justice 9/23/92
  19. DYS Meeting 10/22/92
  20. DYS Meeting 11/18/92
  21. Juvenile Justice 1/6/92
  22. Juvenile Justice 2/24/93
  23. [Unlabeled] Fire Inspection Info
  24. [Unlabeled]
  25. [Unlabeled]
  26. Youth Services
  27. “Report of the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education,” Apr 1989, DYS [GBC bound]
  28. “Blue Ribbon Task Force on Education – A Follow-Up Report,” Jan 1993, DYS [GBC bound]
  29. “Report to the Director of the Department of Youth Services,” Sept. 1988, from the Policy Advisory Group [GBC bound]
  30. “Broken Children in a Fragmented System: A Call to Legislative Action,” Aug. 1989, Report of the House Select Committee on Child Abuse and Juvenile Justice
  31. “Saving the Future: Juvenile Justice and Public Safety for Ohioans, Conference Summary Report, Feb. 1989, Governor’s Office of Criminal Justice Services [GBC bound]

Box #4 – Department of Youth Services

  1. RECLAIM OHIO
  2. Reclaim Ohio [DuoTang folder]
  3. Reclaim
  4. Reclaim Budget 1993
  5. “With Fresh Eyes .. an initiative for dramatic change in the juvenile corrections system” [DuoTang folder]
  6. Juvenile Justice & Corrections Overview [DuoTang folder]
  7. Meetings Leading to Reclaim
  8. 414 Program
  9. [Loose material]
  10. FY 95 Funding Allocation/Distribution [folder]
  11. Reclaim Stories
  12. Brown Bag Lunch on Reclaim 1993
  13. [Loose material]
  14. Challenge Grant Guides, DYS, Reclaim Ohio [DuoTang folder]
  15. “Profile of Youth Adjudicated or Committed for Felony Offenses, FY 1995 [Stapled]
  16. Ibid., FY 1994
  17. Ibid., FY 1993
  18. Media Clips (6/4/96 Through 7/1/96) [Stapled]
  19. “Final Evaluation of the Ohio Department of Youth Services Reclaim Ohio Pilot Project,” 2/96 [GBC bound]
  20. “Reclaim Ohio: A Comparison of Commitments to the ODYS, 1935-1995 [Clipped]
  21. “Reclaim Ohio Calendar Year 1995 Annual Comparison Report” [Stapled]
  22. [Loose material]
  23. Reclaim Ohio Briefing Material . . . FY 1996 and 1997 Biennium Report [DuoTang]
  24. Mary Mertz
  25. [Loose material]
  26. Reclaim
  27. Briefing Book [ 3-ring binder]

Box #5 – Department of Youth Services

  1. 1997 Juvenile Crime Summit
  2. 1997 Crime Summit Follow-Up
  3. Rosalind Brannigan, VP, Drug Strategies, Inc.
  4. Professor K.V. Rao, BGSU
  5. Jack Riel, Deputy Director, DYS
  6. Professor Frank Cullen, Univ. of Cincinnati
  7. John P. Walters, President, Philanthropy Roundtable
  8. Hope Taft Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth
  9. Professor Paul Gendreau, Univ. of New Brunswick, Bio-Speech overheads (2)
  10. 1997 Crime Summit Handouts
  11. 1997 Juvenile Crime Summit Updates
  12. 1997 Crime Summit Video
  13. [Unlabeled]
  14. Clips
  15. 1997 Crime Summit Speakers/Panelists
  16. 1997 Juvenile Crime Summit (Misc.)
  17. Press Conference Juvenile Crime 9/18/96
  18. “The Voinovich Adminstration’s Actions on Juvenile Crime,” (2) [DuoTang]
  19. “The Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit,” (2) [DuoTang]
  20. “The Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit,” May 1’2, 1997 [3-ring binder]
  21. National Urban Policy Institute [DuoTang folder]

Box #6 – Department of Youth Services

  1. DYS 1998 Juvenile Crime Summit
  2. 1998 Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit – Media Coverage [videotape]
  3. “A Showcase for Best Practices,” (3) [videotape]
  4. [Unlabeled] Agenda
  5. “Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn’t, What’s Promising,” by Univ of Maryland, Dept. of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs) Feb. 1997 [softbound]
  6. “State and County Trends,” The Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit (2) [softbound]
  7. “Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit – 1998” [Program packet]
  8. “Reclaim Ohio Quarterly Update,” Summer 1998 [self-marker]
  9. “Mary’s Briefing Materials,” Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit [DuoTang folder]
  10. “Governor’s Briefing Book,” Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit [DuoTang folder]
  11. The Governor’s Juvenile Crime Summit, 1998 [3-ring binder]
  12. 1998 Crime Summit (2)
  13. Crime Summit Customer Meetings
  14. Participant Feedback Questionnaires (approx. 225)

Box #7 – Department of Youth Services [Missing]

  1. 1998 Juvenile Crime Summit