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MERLOT II


    

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Juvenile Justice

by jerry neapolitan
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Description:
Internet sites and videos that explain the various aspects of the juvenile justice system. Some sites will also address controversies in juvenile justice.
Course:
Juvenile Delinquency
Prerequisites:
Introduction to Sociology
Learning Outcomes:
This course explores the nature of delinquency and the extent to which it is a social problem in the USA. The major theories of causation are presented and critically examined. The juvenile justice system is studied historically and in its current form. The present and future of delinquency control and prevention are examined.
Pedagogy Approach:
Textbook readings Online readings Online videos Discussions Voice Threads
Assessment Methodology:
Written assignments Video Assignments Examinations

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1.

In Jail or In Treatment


Added 10/24/2010
Personal experiences stories
2.

Juvenile Justice: Should Teens Who Commit Serious Crimes Be Tried and Sentenced as Children or Adults?


Added 10/24/2010
Facts and statistics, a review of the "adult vs. child" debate, and four case studies (with video clips).
3.

How the Justice System Responds to Juvenile Victims: A Comprehensive Model


Added 10/24/2010
Discussion of the juvenile justice system, reported versus unreported victimization, structure of the juvenile justice system, including conceptual map of juvenile process, and child investigations and protective systems.
4.

Center on Juvenile & Criminal Justice


Added 10/24/2010
CJCJ provides a full continuum of services to youth facing or transitioning from the juvenile justice system. CJCJ’s juvenile justice teams serve youth in all facets of the juvenile justice process, as is demonstrated below. To learn more about any of our juvenile justice programs, please click on the individual program tabs under the Juvenile Justice navigational bar above.
5.

Matthew & the Judge: Juvenile Court Diary


Added 10/24/2010
NPR audio recordings Judge Jeremiah, a Rhode Island juvenile court judge, and Matthew, a 17 year old repeat offender, were given tape recorders. During that time, Judge Jeremiah released Matthew early, for good behavior. Two weeks later Matthew was arrested again, for selling drugs. Through their diaries, Matthew and the judge tell the same story from two different sides of the bench.
6.

National Juvenile Defender System


Added 10/24/2010
The National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC) was created in 1999 to respond to the critical need to build the capacity of the juvenile defense bar and to improve access to counsel and quality of representation for children in the justice system
7.

New Model for Juvenile Justice


Added 10/26/2010
Seven minute video on the new model of juvenile justice being used in Missouri. A national model for juvenile justice reform, Missouri's Division of Youth Services has achieved exemplary results and cost effectiveness through regionally-based, small, humane treatment centers; group and family systems approaches; universal case management; and community engagement. The program is a 2008 Innovations in American Government Award winner.
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