Police Work With Juveniles And The Administration Of Juvenile JusticeRating
- Number of Pages: 326
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- English (Published)
This outstanding new Eighth Edition is thoroughly rewritten and revised and is completely reset in type. The book has from its inception in 1954 highlighted the police role and functions with interrelationships between community agencies, the courts and correctional agencies emphasized. Each chapter has been preceded by"Chapter Objectives"and"Key Concepts"to provide the reader a quick overview of chapter content. This edition focuses upon the issues of modifications taking place inside the juvenile justice system. The legislatures have responded with tougher laws. A long-awaited and needed Eighth Edition. The past two decades has reversed the rehabilitation motion toward that of punishment for juvenile offenders. New in this edition is fuller treatment in the role and functions of the juvenile court judge and a a lot a lot more detailed historical perspective with the juvenile court. Current research into chronic juvenile recidivism suggests that a multiple agency approach including loved ones support coordinated by probation could be the only realistic method to"save"juvenile offenders from lives of crime. The substantial increases in juveniles responsible for crimes of violence has continued the transformation of the juvenile court toward a criminal court. POLICE WORK WITH JUVENILES AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE JUSTICE has produced a exclusive contribution to the juvenile justice literature for 4 decades. However, it addresses the principal problems and concepts with a practical orientation, generating it an invaluable resource for each students and practitioners. Every component of the juvenile justice approach is treated in a meaningful manner. It is really a scholarly treatise on the subject emphasizing a philosophical method.
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