08_JDPolice - Juvenile Offenders and the Police Mays and...

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Juvenile Offenders and the Police Mays and Winfree (Ch. 3) D.A.R.E. (NIJ/RTI, 1994) *Historical Role of the Police * Watchmen/Problem Solver (until 50 s) * Shifts to Law Enforcer *Female officers hired for JDs *Styles of Policing *Rule Appliers *Problem Solvers *Ambivalent Enforcers *Discrimination vs. Discretion *More widespread in less serious cases *15% of all suspected crime interactions lead to arrest *If felony suspected, 75-100% chance juvenile will be arrested *Police have wide range of discretion and make many low visibility decisions *Who are police more likely to arrest? *Older Kids (related to seriousness of crime?) *NBHD Context, too, not just Indiv. Race *Gender & Race have more influence in minor crimes than major ones * Less clear how best to respond * More room for discretion
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2008 for the course CRM J 365 taught by Professor Bouffard during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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