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Naomi E. Goldstein PhD

Naomi E. Goldstein
Designation
  • Professor of Psychology, Co-Director of JD/PhD Program in Law and Psychology
  • Drexel University
Website Profile Type
  • Collaborator

Dr. Naomi Goldstein is a Professor of Psychology, Co-Director of the J.D./Ph.D. Program in Law and Psychology, and the Director of the Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab at Drexel University.

Title Description Investigator(s) Category Status
Restitution in the Philadelphia Juvenile Court System: An Evaluation of Juvenile, Victim and System Outcomes The purpose of this project is to compare existing and alternate approaches to addressing juvenile restitution to decouple financial burdens from court obligations, promote positive youth and family outcomes, and improve victim satisfaction and payment, all while enhancing system outcomes and community safety. CAPACITY Lab On-going
Trauma-Informed and PBIS Practice School Safety Training This project is a component of The School Violence Prevention Program funding from the COPS Office of the U.S. Department of Justice. The goal is to enhance, administer, and evaluate a school police officer skill development training series that adapted from the Positive School Policing: Trauma and Positive Behavioral Approach coaching curriculum. CAPACITY Lab On-going