CJ 350 Introductory Exercise

CJ 350 Introductory Exercise - feel about it, whether you...

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Introductory Exercise CJ 350 Juvenile Justice Process Instructor: Dr. Kierkus Date: January 12, 2011 Please form groups of 4-5 students and discuss the following questions. There are no “right and wrong” answers, I’m just looking for your opinions. As you discuss, please write your answers on this sheet of paper. We will take up the results in about 15 minutes. 1. What is “juvenile delinquency”? 2. Who is a “juvenile delinquent” (i.e. does it depend on how often you commit delinquency, how serious it is, why you’re doing it, how you
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Unformatted text preview: feel about it, whether you got caught? Something else?) 3. Define the term juvenile justice system. 4. What would you say are the top 3 goals of the juvenile justice system? 5. Do you think the juvenile justice system in Michigan is doing a good job addressing these 3 goals, why or why not? 6. Is there anything the juvenile justice system could do better to address the goals you listed in question 4? What would it be?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course CJ 350 taught by Professor Kierkus during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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