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Juvenile Justice : Policies, Programs, and Services

Juvenile Justice : Policies, Programs, and Services - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 978-0830414239

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Copyright: 1998
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Juvenile Justice : Policies, Programs, and Services - 2ND 98 edition

ISBN13: 978-0830414239

Albert Roberts

ISBN13: 978-0830414239
ISBN10: 0830414231
Cover type:
Edition: 2ND 98
Copyright: 1998
Publisher: Nelson Hall, Inc.
Published: 1998
International: No
Summary

Because millions of adolescents become involved in criminal and delinquent acts each year, questions are raised about the effectiveness of punishments and juvenile offender treatment programs. Juvenile Justice examines the strengths and weaknesses of the juvenile justice system. Valuable information is provided about the rehabilitation of juvenile offenders in programs such as addiction treatment, family counseling, structured wilderness camps, group homes, aftercare, and restitution and victim-offender mediation. Includes over twenty contributors.

Author Bio

Roberts, Albert : Rutgers University

Table of Contents

PART ONE: OVERVIEW.

1. An Introduction and Overview of Juvenile Justice, Albert R. Roberts.
2. Juvenile Justice Policy, C. Aaron McNeece.
3. The Coming Storm, Albert R. Roberts and Judith A. Waters.
4. School Violence, Lisa Hunter and Maurice Elias.

PART TWO: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.

5. Treating Juveniles in Institutional and Open Settings, Albert R. Roberts.
6. Community Strategies and Juvenile Offenders, Albert R. Roberts.
7. The Emergence of the Juvenile Court and Probation Services, Albert R. Roberts.
8. The Emergence and Proliferation of Juvenile Diversion Programs, Albert R. Roberts.

PART THREE: JUVENILE JUSTICE PROCESSING.

9. Police Work and Juveniles, Roslyn Muraskin.
10. The Importance of Comprehensive Skill-Based Programs in Juvenile Detention and Corrections, David W. Roush.
11. Juvenile Law and Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Cases, Patricia Payne.
12. The Juvenile Court Landscape, Judith A. Waters, H. Ted Rubin, and Carol Fine.
13. Juvenile Diversion, Arnold Binder.
14. Too Young to Die? The U.S. Supreme Court and the Juvenile Death Penalty, Kenneth C. Haas.

PART FOUR: THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT.

15. A Theory of Drug Use and Delinquency among High Risk Youths, Richard Dembo, Linda Williams, and James Schmeidler.
16. Aggression Replacement Training, Arnold P. Goldstein and Barry Glick.
17. Wilderness Experiences, Albert R. Roberts.
18. Family Treatment, Albert R. Roberts.

PART FIVE: BRIDGING THE PRESENT TO THE FUTURE.

19. Balancing the Response to Youth Crime, Gordon Bazemore and Mark Umbreit.
20. Social Work Advocacy in Juvenile Justice, Robert B. Coates.
21. The Future of Corrections in Juvenile Justice, Robert B. Coates.
22. Recent Developments in Juvenile Aftercare, Troy L. Armstrong and David M. Altschuler.

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