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Sample questions for Exam 1. 1. True or False? In all states, age 18 is currently the age at which juvenile court jurisdiction ends. 2. Which of the following practices typically does not follow the principles of community policing? a. community beat meetings b. restorative justice conferences c. programs to put more automobile police patrols on the streets d. “rap centers” where police can talk with juveniles 3. Goldie’s parents told Goldie, to NEVER play with matches. They even spanked her one time after catching her doing so. That made Goldie angry; she did not understand why playing with matches could be bad. One day after making porridge, her parents went for a walk while the porridge cooled. While they were gone, Goldie burned the house down. Most likely, Goldie is operating at.
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Unformatted text preview: a. Stage 1 of the Preconventional Level of Morality. b. Stage 2 of the Preconventional Level of Morality. c. Stage 3 of the Conventional Level of Morality. d. Stage 4 of the Conventional Level of Morality. 4. What effect does zero tolerance (i.e. “broken windows”) policing likely have on juvenile arrests? a. it increases arrests for minor delinquency. b. it increases arrests for primarily serious delinquents c. no change in juvenile arrests. c. it decreases juvenile arrests. 5. True or False? One of the obstacles to effective diversion programs is limited resources, which results in an emphasis on less costly programs (of questionable effectiveness) like restitution and community service. Answers: 1. False. 2. c. 3. a. 4. a. 5. True....
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