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1. Explain the concept of parens patriae . 2. Differentiate between the types of juvenile offenders, including delinquents and status offenders. 3. Summarize how juvenile offenders are processed through the criminal justice system. 4. Explain the meaning of the deinstitutionalization of status offenders. 5. Outline the history and development of juvenile justice and juvenile courts. 6. Summarize juvenile crime rates and trends. 7. Describe the factors that lead to career escalation and/or a transition to adult crime. 8. Summarize juvenile victimization, including school violence.
1. The concept of parens patriae should be known by every parent. The Latin word parens patriae was originated in the English chancery courts. If you are thinking about becoming a parent, the “do’s” and “don’ts” in life should always be included. Children aren’t asked to be here and we should focus on that more. Today children are having children and not realizing that there are more responsibilities than to just have sex and have a baby. Looking back on my life and having a baby at the age of 18 was a big change. Parents today don’t stress this responsibility to their children enough like when I came up. My mother sat me down and told me what was to be expected. The principle of parens patriae much of the time emerges in the adolescent equity framework where kids are detracted from guardians because of mishandle or disregard. Regularly, the state will fill in as a watchman for the kids, often by putting them in a gathering home or with temporary parents. The sorts of issues where the parens patriae tenet assumes a part incorporates adolescent detainment matters, disregard issues, custodial issues, therapeutic issues and youngster bolster matters. Additionally, the teaching enables the state to venture in and enable people to ensure themselves when they can't do as such for themselves. Moreover, the precept is

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