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what have you learned from Juvenile justice
Juvenile justice in the United States is a collection of state and local court-based systems whose purpose is to respond to young people who come into contact with law enforcement and are accused of breaking the law.
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Juvenile justice in the United States is a collection of state and local court-based systems whose purpose is to respond to young people who come into contact with law enforcement and are accused of breaking the law.
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Explain the classical school of criminology and related this school of thought to nature and nurture as it pertains to Juveniles
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The classical school of criminology and related this school of thought to nature and nurture as it pertains to Juveniles emphasizes rational decision-making and deterrence as key factors in understanding and preventing criminal behavior. In the context of juveniles and the nature vs. nurture debate, the classical school suggests that while biological factors may have a role, the focus is on how environmental influences shape rational choices. A nurturing environment, positive influences, and clear consequences are believed to deter juveniles from criminal actions, aligning with the classical school's emphasis on deterrence through punishment and rational decision-making. However, modern criminology considers a wider range of factors in studying criminal behavior.
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The classical school of criminology and related this school of thought to nature and nurture as it pertains to Juveniles emphasizes rational decision-making and deterrence as key factors in understanding and preventing criminal behavior. In the context of juveniles and the nature vs. nurture debate, the classical school suggests that while biological factors may have a role, the focus is on how environmental influences shape rational choices. A nurturing environment, positive influences, and clear consequences are believed to deter juveniles from criminal actions, aligning with the classical school's emphasis on deterrence through punishment and rational decision-making.
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what would you do to combat juvenile crime?
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The most effective programs for juvenile delinquency prevention share the following key components:

Education.
Recreation.
Community Involvement.
Prenatal and Infancy Home Visitation by Nurses.
Parent-Child Interaction Training Program.
Bullying Prevention Program.
Prevention Programs within the Juvenile Justice System.
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One serious problem of juvenile court statistics is the __________ between when the data are collected and reported.
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One serious problem of juvenile court statistics is the time lag between when the data are collected and reported.

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Does boot camp work for juveniles?
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Yes, Boot camps works for juveniles.
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The Chicago Area Projects bring adults into contact with local youths, especially those having difficulties with the law. True False
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The Chicago Area Projects bring adults into contact with local youths, especially those having difficulties with the law. TRUE.
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