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Juvenile Diversion
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Police Initiatives, Programs, and Services Juvenile Curfew Enforcement and Gang Loitering laws (No strong evidence that it works). G.R.E.A.T. (May work) Restorative Justice Conferences. Indianapolis Study: 90% of victims satisfied, 95% pay restitution vs. 50% via court. Participants: 31% recidivism (vs. 41% for controls)
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The Concept of Diversion Juvenile Court set up as diversion from adult court. Diversion also meant to keep kids out of the police record (station adjustment) or court system (including outright release). Contemporary Meaning: A programmatic alternative to formal court processing (and non-intervention). Police, court, and detention diversion programs.
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The Intake Decision Intake: court decision on whether to file a court petition (delinquency, status offense, neglect, abuse, or dependence) in delinquency cases.
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History of Diversion Critique of Rehabilitation. Labeling Theory
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course CRIMINAL J 202:322 taught by Professor Hirschfield during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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