Unformatted text preview: are frequently placed together, but most experts advocate offense-specific treatment for sex offenders (Knopp, 1985). ( Bischof, Gary P. Stith, Sandra M. Whitney, Martha L. 1995)( http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2248/is_n117_v30/ai_20870819/ )When a child commits a crime and then goes to a juvenile correction center I think being in there will help them understand. The parents also have a big part in teaching there children right from wrong if they don’t sit down with them and lay some ground rules down them the kids will walk all over there parents and have no respect for others and then they will just continue to commit crimes and go in and out of jail even prison....
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- Fall '11
- assault, adolescent offenders, adolescent sex offenders