JUVENILE JUSTICE – ASSIGNMENT 3
Direction: Read chapters 7, 8, and 9 and answer each question below using your textbook as the only source. Incorporate the questions into the answers and do not write your answers verbatim from the textbook. Any deviations from the instructions will result in points being deducted from your overall grade.
1. List and explain the differences suggested by Scott and Grisso between youths and adults.
2. What is it called when juveniles are transferred automatically to adult court when they commit a particular crime? What types of crime cause this type of automatic transfer?
3. In 100 words or more explain the purpose and procedure of blended sentencing.
4. What does Hamparian propose would be a good way to deal with youth offenders? How does this differ with the get-tough approach?
5. What are Feld’s views on the juvenile court?
1. In 100 words or more describe the four ways the word probation is used in the juvenile justice system.
2. In 100 words or more summarize the three probation procedures.
3. What are some of the specificities involved in intensive supervision?
4. In 150 words or more what are the duties of a probation officer during the post-disposition and post-adjudication stages of the justice process?
1. Why is restorative justice sometimes viewed as a victim-centered approach?
2. In 100 words or more describe Anne Newton’s three levels of delinquency prevention.
3. In 100 words or more describe in detail two promising prevention programs and their goals.
4. In 150 words or more discuss the pros and cons of the four different types of restorative justice case-processing models.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||06/10/2013 05:00 pm