They investigated the issue in different perspectives but came up to the decision that the best way to treat young offenders is to utilize multisystemic therapy.
It gives the criminal a chance to live with the community while under the supervision of a probation officer and it is dependent on the seriousness of the crime.
The other role that the youth involved in the juvenile treatment program should play is that of feeling guilty of the committed offence, which marks the beginning of the healing and the change program.
This is a good example of the physical abuse that juvenile offenders face while in boot camp and most of them are not reported.
The role of the intake worker is to find the reason for the minor behavior and to determine whether the case should be dismissed, go for full trial or handle by the social worker and [...]
Under this model the manager in charge of implementing the treatment plan on the client is expected to have great regard for the juvenile and that such a person has an inward ability to discover [...]
Aims of the Study The study is aimed at determining the fairness and acceptability of the youth justice system and its effects on the youth-police relations in Canada.
It explains carefully and clearly the meaning of juvenile probation as well as the organization of the juvenile probation office. The article also explains the meaning of probation and parole as well as the importance [...]
The main objective of the juvenile justice system is to promote a system that is competent in handling the problem of juvenile delinquency, protecting the society, enhancing accountability for infringement of law and providing juvenile [...]
Behavioral disorders occur when the youth acts in a way that causes harm and distress to other members of the society.
In this case, the research will aspire to provide answers to the questions arising from the observed trend in which young people are getting involved in criminal activities.
On the one hand, youth falling under the category from 12-17 should not be tried in the adult court system because of their emotional immaturity and inability to control their impulses.
Secondly, juveniles should be tried in adults' court to reduce and minimize crime in the society. When a juvenile commits a crime such as murder, the effects are overwhelming in the society and the impact [...]
It has also concluded that juveniles who involve themselves in violent crimes should not be tried as adults unless they are old enough to understand the consequences of their actions.
This therefore shows that it is much better to sentence and incarcerate the juvenile delinquents in youth facilities as opposed to the adult facilities.
Regardless of the small number of teenagers in the society, the fraction of young people processed through the juvenile court and the juvenile corrections system continue to rise.
The children/teenagers who are sentenced by the juvenile court are not termed as guilty but as delinquent children However, the juvenile courts have the responsibility of handing over the children/teenagers to the adult court whenever [...]
As the video progressed, some of the juveniles share their experiences how boot camps have transformed their characters to the extent of going to school without supervision.
Once arrested, the police officer has the obligation to allow the juvenile to inform his or her parents or guardians about the situation immediately the arrest occurs.
The defenders of the system on the other hand appreciate the marked role of juvenile justice system in rehabilitating juvenile delinquents and are advocating for the conservation of the system and reforming critical structures that [...]