1. Alternative schools for chronically disruptive students featuring small
class sizes, with emphasis on counseling and job training as well as
2. Investigate alternatives to incarceration.
3. Educational opportunities, both academic and work related, should be
required in all correctional facilities, whether juvenile or adult.
4. Juvenile supervision centers with trained staff.
5. Small rehabilitation centers featuring home-based intensive programs
for first or second time non-violent offenders guilty of minor drug
related crimes should be established county-wide.
6. Diversion programs for juveniles should be increased.
7. There should be an adequate number of juvenile judges to handle
increasing case loads.
8. Violent juveniles should be incarcerated in secure facilities where
counseling and academic and vocational education is provided as well
as specific work programs.
9. Agencies providing similar or identical services to juveniles that
depend on county funding should be combined.
10. A reasonable number of free drug clinics for the indigent should be
established to divert non-violent offenders from the prison system.