Running head: Treatment vs. Punishment of Juvenile Sex Offenders
Treatment vs. Punishment of Juvenile Sex Offenders
CRJU 301 Juvenile Justice
Instructor Alaina Desjardin
December 12, 2016
Treatment vs. Punishment of Juvenile Sex Offende
shouldnt have asked.
eastward again. Near the end. When he began to act
erratically. Surely Im not so bad as that.
Perhaps. But this is much like how he was. Talking about an end to
war, fascinated by the Lost Radiants, insisting everyone follow the Codes
The program I chose is wilderness camps. These camps attempt to shape the self-efficacy of
growth by exposing juveniles to challenging situations (Listwan, 2013). When it comes to
juveniles that have been incarcerated or removed from the rest of society f
The three levels of prevention programs are based on what is being targeted.
The primary prevention programs focus on the conditions that could lead to delinquent behavior
such as truancy, poor parenting, and prenatal exposure to toxins (Listwan, 2013). A
To select two contrasting residential programs, I decided to go with the wilderness camps and
long-term secure correctional facilities. In their way of handling the use of it could not think of to
that contrasted more and their styles. Ill start with the
My proposal is for us to treat early starters outside the norm of other juveniles. We must make
sure that these early starters are put into much longer and tougher rehabilitative programs. In
addition to that, instead of waiting to see if these juveniles