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The first group debate question is “should juvenile be tried as adults?” Pros a) Trying juvenile in court as adults helps in controlling crime. b) It acts as a deterrent for crime because it makes other juvenile to think twice before committing the crime because of the punishment. … Cons a) Juveniles should not be tried in courts as adults because their…
Juvenile Trials
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Juvenile Trials Vs Adult Trials The juvenile justice system deals with juveniles who commit illegal acts or delinquent acts. The juvenile justice system is distinct as its main goal is to restrain juvenile delinquents from future illegal or criminal acts. It initiates a clear agenda for protection, treatment, and rehabilitation of children who come under the purview of the system.…
Juvenile Justice
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About a century ago, the United States Juvenile Justice System was created with the objective of redirecting young delinquents from the harsh sentences of criminal courts and promoting rehabilitation/ treatment according to the needs of the juvenile. The system was to… Juvenile court proceedings were not open to the public and were left to the discretion of…
Juvenile delinquency
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Juvenile delinquency is one of the problematic issues in the society that is related to the behavior of adolescents, their social relationships and interactions with other people and the actions that they commit that can cause harm to others. The objective of the study is to… Statistics showed that the young people are the ‘most active part of the population…
Juvenile Courts
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According to the article, the first juvenile court was established in the 19th century with the aim of rehabilitating naughty youths in line with parens… Some juveniles lacked the cognitive capacity to judge between the “good” and “bad” calling for proper counselling and rehabilitation for a given duration. According to the article, the intent of juvenile…
Juvenile Justice
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According to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), case processing depends on the local practice and tradition of a community, but “any description of juvenile justice processing must be general, outlining a common series of decision points”… Detention hearing is required if a formal charge is filed. It is in this hearing where it…
Juvenile Justice
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Name Juvenile justice Introduction Juvenile justice is executed by a juvenile court. This court is a special tribunal having a distinct legal authority to bring to trial and pass judgments for crimes committed by children who are still in the age bracket of minority.… Eras of juvenile court Juvenile justice therefore was solely created to rehabilitate minors.…
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The recommendations that Barry Feld offers in regards to not abolishing juvenile courts involve creating a juvenile court that is separate from the current criminal court or by transforming the juvenile court into something more, something along the lines of a social welfare… hat, by creating a separate court system for juvenile offenders, these young…
Juvenile Justice
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There are four groups of juvenile substance abusers the first one is the experimental substance user. This group tends to use drugs only rarely simply to test the effects on themselves. Unfortunately, some in this group may end up enjoying the various affects and this can lead into the next group which is the social or recreational user.… According to a report…
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This is a residential correctional program that houses up to 96 juveniles. Males from the ages of 13 to 16 are placed here by the court system. Juveniles here are exposed to DART… Harris County Youth Village: Is a residential facility located near Clear Lake. It houses a capacity of 170 males between the ages of 10 and 17. The facility offers educational,…
Juvenile Detainees
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Running head: DEALING WITH JUVENILE DETAINEES- AN ANALYSIS Dealing with Juvenile Detainees Name Affiliation Abstract Juvenile delinquency has always been a major cause of concern for judiciaries and policy makers. Children and adolescents alleged for criminal offences cannot be treated like adult convicts.… It is the officer’s responsibility to ensure that the…
Juvenile Focus
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The paper “Juvenile Focus” emphasizes on the need to protect children rights and in particular keeping children and the youths at risk pre-occupied by initiating programs such as compulsory schooling among other alternatives, which the stakeholders can apply in order to mitigate the juvenile menace.… Among such programs and strategies, include a package on…
Juvenile Rights
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A young, youthful and immature person is called a juvenile. According to the law, a ‎juvenile is a minor person under a certain age which is usually 18, according to the… orance is no excuse for a crime, ‎hence no matter what your age is or you were too young for a crime, even a juvenile can be ‎arrested and jailed for crimes. However there are many rules…
Juvenile Justice
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Name: University: Course: Tutor: Date: Juvenile Justice Module 7 Writing Introduction Status offending is any offense committed by juveniles but would not be considered as offense if committed by an adult according to the ordinances of the jurisdiction which the offense was committed (Elrod and Ryder 362).… Delinquent offender is a crime or antisocial behavior…
Juvenile Waivers
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If we start analyzing the issue of crime in children from the root cause, we can understand the reasons why children at young age or adolescents develop the tendencies like harassment, discrimination, maltreatment, singling out, humming and hounding, which results them, indulging in criminal offences.… They were treated as juveniles. Special psychological…
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If we start analyzing the issue of crime in children from the root cause,we can understand the reasons why children at young age or adolescents develop the tendencies like harassment,discrimination,maltreatment,singling out,humming and hounding… It is clearly understood that spanking has many forms of intriguing aspects related to it. Boys or girls may start…
Juvenile Recidivism
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Yet, it is also a fact that a number of young offenders stop engaging in criminal activities by the time they attain adulthood. The task of curbing future… The designing of effective assessment strategies leading to interventions with the young offenders are no doubt, predominantly dependant on the identification of causal factors that constitute the basis of…
Juvenile Delinquency
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Juvenile Delinquency Name Institution Course Juvenile Delinquency Introduction The rise in anti-social behaviors has raised a concern in the world. The behaviors have affected both adults and children and society as a whole. A juvenile delinquent is a person who is under the majority age, which in most countries is eighteen years, and commits illegal behavior, which would be a crime if an adult commits (Hess, Orthmann and Drowns, 2010).…
Juvenile Justice
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The ten evidence-based principles and rehabilitative approaches are target criminogenic needs which simply means to target the factors leading to criminal behavior. Target thorough assessment of risk and need which means targeting specific risk behaviors and locating specific… Disruption of the delinquency network, by giving juveniles programs and…
Juvenile Probation
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The main purpose of Juvenile probation is to assist the individual legally and emotionally in order to adjust him to his peculiar situation in life. Its aim is to save those upon whom the burdens of life bear heavily and who without help and guidance might be lost.… Additionally, probation officers ensure that juveniles who are placed on probation abide by…
Juvenile Gangs
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Juvenile Gangs Instructor name Date Juvenile gangs, along with the problems generally associated with them, are growing throughout the large cities of the U.S. Some may be surprised to know this problem is expanding to the suburbs, smaller towns and rural areas of the country as well.… Being raised in an economically depressed neighborhood can understandably…
Juvenile Recidivism
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It has been noted that the delinquent juveniles are more prone to resorting to a serious criminal behavior during adulthood. Yet, it is also a fact that a number of young offenders stop engaging in criminal activities by the time they attain adulthood.… The task of curbing future criminality in the case of young offenders is to a great extent dependant on the…
Juvenile Justice
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The juvenile justice system is based on the concept that children are developmentally different from adults, hence juvenile delinquents are more receptive to treatment and rehabilitation than adult criminals. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) recommends that… A result oriented treatment plan consists of: “screening, assessment, treatment and…
Juvenile Runaways
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Juvenile runaways are a problem in law enforcement. Some of them are involved in criminal activities, while others are responsible for unsocial behaviour like drug abuse, unsafe sex, or are prone to exploitation by unsocial elements. It is a complex scenario as it suggests social problems which include child abuse and family dysfunction.… Sometimes police deal…
Juvenile Delinquency
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The essay entitled "Juvenile Delinquency" is focused on the criminal case, namely, Shawn’s attempted murder in Los Altos. Admittedly, as van Dalen reports, in the year 1998 on a Christmas night, Shawn a 16-year-old boy, attacked his father while sleeping.… Cox, Allen, Hanser, and Conrad point out that delinquent and criminal behavior are part of the…
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