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2. Define false positives and false negatives. How do such designation occur? 3. What is meant by selective incapacitation? How can selective incapacitation be used to reduce the number of juvenile incarcerations? Explain. 4. Identify three types of prediction devices? Define each. Which is more effective and why? 5.What are Violent Juvenile Offender Programs (VJOPs)? What are their functions? 6. How does are nominal dispositions distinguished from conditional and custodial dispositions? What are some variations of nominal dispositions? How effective are they at reducing recidivism of disposed juveniles? 7. What is diversion? What are some of the eligibility requirements of prospective candidates for diversion? What are some of the benefits and limitations of diversion? 8. What is a teen court? Who are teen court members? What is alternative dispute resolution? 9.What are day reporting center? What are some of their goals and functions?
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1. Define standard probation for juvenile offenders. What are some of its characteristics? 2. What are juvenile probation camps? What is meant by intensive aftercare? Are such alternative sanctions effective at reducing recidivism? Why, or why not? 3. What are intermediate punishment programs? How do intermediate punishment differ from standard probation? What are some goals of intermediate punishment? 4. What are four types of caseload models? Describe each. 5. List and define four major goals of juvenile corrections. How effectively are these goals achieved? 6. What are foster homes? What types of juveniles are usually serviced by foster homes? 7. Distinguish between group homes and halfway houses. What types of juveniles are served by each? 8. What is the wilderness experiences? What are their functions? 9.. Describe the parole revocation process for juveniles. Identify and describe three landmark cases that have influenced probation/parole revocation for both adult and juvenile offenders. 1. Historical background of the programs 2. Organizational or operational structure 3. Traditional practices 4.

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