This paper argues that in most American juvenile correctional facilities, the highest number of inmates composes of young African Americans. Documented evidence associates this influx with poor development of social skills within the African American community, school dropout or failure, and inadequate support from both the school and the community. In addition, my research stretched its rope and found out that overrepresentation of young Negros in many detention centers has everything to do with the process of adjudication (Skogan & Frydl, 2004). This prospectus established that frequent arrests, baseless detentions, unwanted prosecution, and unruly detention commitment among the law enforcers of white origin contribute largely to inequalities in arrest rates of minorities in the United States of America.
Furthermore, this paper sought out that African American disproportionate confinement resulted from incarceration rates based on the fact that a higher number of youths in this minority community commits many crimes. These incarceration rates contribute hugely to high adjudication rates. The paper sought to compare the rates of arrests and rates of incarcerations between young men of African American decency and young White nationals. It established that incarceration rates among young boys from the African American minority group comprised of 80 percent since most of the arrests made resulted from racial differences. The prospectus also found that White government officials plot to arrest minorities, especially young black boys because they wanted to fulfill their dynamic prophecy, which claims that African American minorities have a high tendency of taking part in criminal activities.
Moreover, this prospectus came across tangible evidence on disproportionate confinement within juvenile detention centers. It found it worth noting that