QUESTION 9 What are the various types of custodial facilities for juveniles? How do these facilities differ? In what ways are they similar? QUESTION 10 What are the roles of the juvenile probation officer, defense attorney and prosecutor? Are these roles effective in meeting the goals of the juvenile system? Why or why

QUESTION 1

What are nominal sanctions, juvenile and community-based corrections and custodial sanctions? Are nominal sanctions, juvenile and community-based corrections and custodial sanctions effective in reducing juvenile delinquency? Why or why not?

QUESTION 2

Compare and contrast the different components and goals of juvenile corrections.

QUESTION 3

Discuss the adjudication and dispositional alternatives in the juvenile court system.

QUESTION 4

There are many theories to juvenile delinquency. Discuss the purpose of these theories and how they forecast delinquent behavior.

QUESTION 5

What is intensive supervised probation? What are important elements of an intensive supervised probation program for juveniles?

QUESTION 6

Discuss the history of juvenile justice. How did juveniles acquire rights?

QUESTION 7

Distinguish between the different waivers the juvenile court system use.

QUESTION 8

What is the social system theory and is it important when looking at prevention and intervention programs?

QUESTION 9

What are the various types of custodial facilities for juveniles? How do these facilities differ? In what ways are they similar?

QUESTION 10

What are the roles of the juvenile probation officer, defense attorney and prosecutor? Are these roles effective in meeting the goals of the juvenile system? Why or why not?

QUESTION 11

How does a juvenile progress through the juvenile justice system? Include the intake to trial, disposition and corrections process in your response

QUESTION 12

Discuss the importance of intervention and prevention? Are treatment programs considered intervention or prevention programs?

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