From Time Out to Time In - Power Point (2007)

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4/25/10 From TIME OUT to TIME IN Young Children in the Criminal Justice System
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/25/10 Juvenile Offenders Alternative BOOT CAMPS for Troubled Youth Getting the Juvenile-Justice System to Grow Up Americans have made little or no attempt at hiding their intense mix of feelings concerning children and adolescents. Attitudes about youth can be broken down into two categories – fear for and fear of juveniles.
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4/25/10 (1) incapacitation (2) deterrence (3) retribution (4) rehabilitation HOW WELL ARE prosecution: The Legacy Of The Destiny of Traditionally, criminal punishment for juveniles: They often are held in detention facilities similar to prisons. Their mobility is controlled. They have limited access to the outside world and they have to follow
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4/25/10 More than 100,000 children are currently incarcerated in local detention “Zero tolerance” advocates claim numbers have skyrocketed due to the “super- predator’s” But statistics contradict
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course SOCI 351 taught by Professor Sternheimer during the Fall '10 term at USC.

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