Journal 9

Journal 9 - Dr. Khondaker Juvenile Justice System Journal 9...

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Dr. Khondaker Juvenile Justice System Journal 9 1. The reintegration philosophy, used by community-based programs, states that the community that the offender will be reentered into also must be changed; not just the offender. The community is just as important as the offender and it needs just as much attention. It plays an important role for the offender because it helps bring the offender back into its life. The job of corrections involves “the reconstruction, or construction, of ties between offenders and the community through maintenance of family bonds, employment and education, and placement in the mainstream of social life” (Bartollas, 2008, p.212). Juveniles should use community resources and the community needs to learn the skills of the resources for the juvenile. 2. Delinquency prevention is the attempt to prevent a juvenile’s delinquent behavior before it starts. Anne Newton has identified three different levels of delinquency prevention. The first stage is primary prevention. It focuses on changing the conditions in the social and physical
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