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(2) Managerial Practices Executive Summary

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Running head: MANAGERIAL PRACTICES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 Managerial Practices Executive Summary CJA/484 Criminal Justice Administration Capstone Sean Adams Managerial Practices Executive Summary
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MANAGERIAL PRACTICES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 Throughout the entire criminal justice field, the behavior that exists within the organization is one that is different from any other type of organization. In this executive summary, this team will analyze the organizational concepts that are associated with common managerial practices involved in day-to-day operation within criminal justice setting. We will identify professional standards and standards across various components of the criminal justice system on a national level. We will identify professional values that apply across various components of the criminal justice system on a national level. Juvenile Court The juvenile court process is quite different from the adult court system. If a juvenile commits a crime they are detained, not arrested as in the case of an adult. The juvenile court then draws up a petition that guides the jurisdiction authority of the juvenile court regarding the offense and the detained individual. The petition gives notice to the detained individuals (child or teenager) family, the reason why the need to attend court and it serves as the official charge paperwork. After the minor attends court, the juvenile case has been formally judged, the juvenile’s records are sealed. This procedure is done to protect the child or teenagers, and this protects the child or teenagers future, and the activity does not affect the child or teenager through adulthood. There are some instances where the child or teenager could have their juvenile expunged when he or she turns eighteen. This would be based on certain criteria and the individual should remain crime free. In juvenile cases the judge can make decisions based on his or her discretions, which mean the juvenile could be sentenced pretty light or extreme. When an juvenile enter the criminal justice system, sometimes the case mangers will try to find programs that provide the parents and guardians’ information on how to communicate
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MANAGERIAL PRACTICES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 with their child, drug and alcohol recognition, gang awareness, parenting styles and how to addresses common teenage problems. Many of these programs are designed to address criminal or negative behavior amongst juveniles. They help juveniles and their parents understand the criminal justice system and help them understand the legal consequences of breaking the law. The daily roles and common practices of the criminal justice system is to make the juvenile constitutional rights are protected, provide a Court-Appointed Special Advocate for the minor, assist with a court appointed attorney if he or she cannot afford one, set up court proceedings and assist with parental rights hearings, (Missouri Department of Social Services”, 2015). All professionals that are involved in this process are responsible for the juvenile’s well
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