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Juvenile justice
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Australia ; Belmont, CA : Cengage Learning/Wadsworth, [2010].
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5th ed.
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0495504378, 9780495504375
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xxiii, 462 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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Aims Greeley Circulation
HV9104 .D76 2010
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A practical and comprehensive look at the current state of the juvenile justice system in the United States.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description
A practical and comprehensive look at the current state of the juvenile justice system in the United States.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Hess, K. M., & Orthmann, C. M. H. (2010). Juvenile justice. 5th ed. Australia ; Belmont, CA, Cengage Learning/Wadsworth.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Hess, Kären M., 1939- and Christine M. H. Orthmann. 2010. Juvenile Justice. Australia ; Belmont, CA, Cengage Learning/Wadsworth.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Hess, Kären M., 1939- and Christine M. H. Orthmann, Juvenile Justice. Australia ; Belmont, CA, Cengage Learning/Wadsworth, 2010.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Hess, Kären M. and Christine M. H Orthmann. Juvenile Justice. 5th ed. Australia ; Belmont, CA, Cengage Learning/Wadsworth, 2010.

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5050 |a pt. I. An overview of the Juvenile Justice System -- 1. Juvenile justice : definitions , measurement and process -- FBI's Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) -- National Incident-based Reporting System (NIBRS) -- Bureau of Justice Statistics National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) -- Media's effect on public perception of juveniles -- Components of the Juvenile Justice System -- Juvenile justice process -- Arrest -- Referral -- Intake -- Diversion -- Detention -- Petitioning / charges filed -- Adjudication hearing / delinquency finding -- Dispositional hearing -- Probation -- Confinement in a secure correctional facility -- Transfer to adult court -- To divert or not? -- Which is more just : a conservative or a liberal approach to delinquency? -- Confidentiality versus openness -- Disproportionate minority contact (DMC) -- 2. The history and philosophy behind the juvenile justice system -- Social control in early societies -- Development in England -- Development of juvenile justice in the United States -- The Puritan period (1646-1824) -- The refuge period (1824-1899) -- Houses of refuge -- Reform schools -- Foster homes -- The child savers -- Juvenile Court period (1899-1960) -- 1899 Juvenile Court Act -- Early efforts at diversion : The Chicago Boy's Court and Youth Counsel Bureau -- Federal Government concern and involvement -- The juvenile rights period (1960-1980) -- The four d's of juvenile justice -- The Kent decision -- The Gault decision -- The President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice -- Youth service bureaus -- Uniform Juvenile Court Act -- The White House Conference on Youth -- The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act -- Return to due process issues -- Issue of right to treatment -- Decriminalization of status offenses -- Development of standards for Juvenile Justice -- Crime control period (1980-present) -- Schall v. Martin (1984) and preventive detention -- 3. Theories of delinquency and juvenile offending -- Justice and the Law -- Consensus theory -- Conflict theory -- The classical worldview -- Positivist worldview -- Causes of crime and delinquency -- Biological theories -- Psychological theories -- Sociological theories -- Critical theories -- Victimization theories -- General theory of crime --
5050 |a pt. II. Our nation's youths -- 4. Youth in society : developmental risk and protective factors -- Normal child development -- Critical first three years -- Next ten years -- Adolescence -- Summary of social cognition and moral development -- Influence of the family -- Socialization and values -- American child-rearing rights and parenting practices -- Path to victimization and delinquency : at-risk behaviors and circumstances -- Individual risk factors -- Early antisocial behavior and aggression -- Conduct disorder -- Developmental and cognitive disabilities -- Prenatal exposure to cigarette smoking, drugs -- Alcohol and HIV -- Substance abuse -- Early sexual activity and teen pregnancy -- Exposure to violence on television, in films and in video games -- Race -- Family risk factors -- Divorce and broken homes -- Poverty -- Parent criminality and incarceration -- Separation from parents and foster care -- Poor family attachment or bonding -- School risk factors -- Truancy and frequent absences -- Dropping out of schools -- Peer risk factors -- Community risk factors -- Protective factors -- Early work experiences -- Prevention and early intervention efforts -- Helping America's Youth (HAY) -- 5. Juvenile victims -- Child maltreatment -- Child victimization -- Child neglect -- Physical or emotional child abuse -- Child abuse and neglect laws -- Indicators of physical abuse -- Indicators of emotional abuse -- Causes of abuse -- Domestic and family violence -- Child abuse and the link with delinquency -- Child sexual harassment and abuse -- Child sexual abuse and the Internet -- Indicators of sexual abuse -- Consequences of being sexually abused -- Cultural values and sexual abuse -- Issue of credibility -- Children and youths as victims of crime and violence -- Missing and exploited children -- Missing benign -- Missing involuntary, lost or injured -- Runaway / thrownaway -- Nonfamily abduction -- Stereotypical kidnapping -- Family abduction -- Child Abduction Response Team (CART) -- AMBER alert -- Youths and suicide -- Programs to prevent or reduce child victimization -- Nurse-family partnership -- Building peaceful families -- Safe Kids / Safe Streets -- The Juvenile Victim Justice System -- 6. Juvenile offenders -- Juvenile offenses -- Running away -- Truancy -- Curfew violations -- Early substance abuse -- Juvenile delinquents and delinquency -- Property offenses committed by juveniles -- Violent crime committed by juveniles -- Profile of delinquency -- Age trends -- Female delinquents -- Minority offenders -- Co-offending -- Serious child delinquents -- Chronic juvenile offenders and recidivism -- Violent juvenile offenders -- Predictors of youth violence -- Myths about youth violence -- System response to violent juvenile offenders -- Public health model and the juvenile justice perspective -- Are delinquency and youth violence inevitable? -- 7. Youth gangs -- Types of gangs -- Racial / ethnic gangs -- Hybrid gangs -- Girl gangs -- Outlaw motorcycle gangs -- Prison gangs -- Extent and migration of youth gangs -- What attracts youths to gang membership? -- Family structure -- Peer pressure and ego fulfillment -- Racism and cultural discord -- Socioeconomic pressure -- Socialized delinquency -- Gang organization : leadership and membership -- Gang culture -- Gang names -- Symbols -- Clothing -- Communication styles -- Tattoos -- Illegal activities of youth gangs -- Youth gang violence -- Youth gangs and drugs -- Recognizing a youth gang problem -- Identifying gang members -- Gangs in schools -- Responding to an existing youth gang problem -- Suppression and law enforcement efforts -- Arresting and prosecuting gang members -- Youth gang prevention efforts --
5050 |a pt. III. The contemporary juvenile justice system -- 8. The police and juveniles -- Police response to neglected and abused children -- Challenges to investigation -- Evidence -- Protocol for responding to child abuse and neglect -- Law enforcement's disposition of status offenders -- Police response to delinquency -- Police discretion and the initial contact -- Taken into custody -- Juvenile holdover -- Detention -- Prosecution -- Police as mentors to troubled youths -- Police response to juveniles with guns -- The Boston Gun Project, Operation Ceasefire -- Youth Firearms Violence Initiative -- Project Safe neighborhoods -- Police response to youth crime and violence in our schools -- School Resource Officer (SRO) program -- Bullying -- School shootings -- In search of safer schools -- Other efforts to prevent school violence -- Partnership and community policing -- 9. Pretrial services and diversion -- Philosophies about youth -- Custody -- Detention -- Intake -- The Juvenile Prosecutor or the Intake Officer -- Intake hearing -- Assessment -- Principles of effective interventions -- Diversion from formal Juvenile Court -- Diversion to specialized courts -- Teen Court -- Juvenile drug courts -- Juvenile mental health courts -- Juvenile gun courts -- Juvenile Traffic Court -- Balanced and restorative justice -- Victim-offender mediation -- Community reparative boards -- Family group conferencing -- Circle sentencing -- Net widening -- Respite care -- Importance of timely case processing -- 10. The Juvenile Court -- Basic philosophy and purpose of Juvenile Court -- Differences in purpose clauses -- Welfare Model versus the Justice Model -- Jurisdiction the Juvenile court -- Venue and transfer -- Types of juvenile courts -- Characteristics of the Juvenile Court -- Juvenile Court personnel -- Court actions for neglected and abused children -- Juvenile Court process for delinquency cases -- The petition -- Detention hearing -- Adjudication hearing -- Dispositional hearing -- Transferring juveniles to Criminal Court -- Primary transfer mechanisms -- Reverse certification or decertification -- Issues of competency and culpability -- Juveniles and capital punishment -- Juvenile delinquency guidelines for improving Juvenile Court -- 11. Juvenile corrections -- Concept of graduated sanctions -- Standard probation -- The probation officer -- School-based probation -- Intermediate sanctions -- Intensive Supervision Probation (ISP) -- Community service -- Nonsecure juvenile residential facilities -- Nonresidential day treatment alternatives -- Electronic monitoring and home detention -- Training schools -- Boot camps -- Institutionalization : long-term secure confinement -- Public versus private institutions -- Social structure within correctional institutions -- Impact of incarceration -- Effective correctional programs for youth -- Juveniles sentenced to adult institutions -- Re-entry -- Principles of Intensive Aftercare Programs (IAPs) --
5050 |a pt. IV. The juvenile justice system in the twenty-first century -- 12. Preventing delinquency and recidivism -- Prevention versus control -- Prevention as an attack on causes -- which youth to target : the numerator and denominator approaches -- Prevention and the Public Health Model -- Blueprints for violence prevention initiative -- Midwestern Prevention Project (MPP) -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBS) -- Functional Family Therapy (FFT) -- Lifeskills Training (LST) -- Multisystemic Therapy (MST) -- Nurse-family Partnership (NFP) -- Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) -- Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) -- Promoting alternative THinking Strategies (PATHS) -- The Incredible Years Series (IYS) -- Project Toward No Drug Abuse (Project TND) -- Truancy and dropout prevention -- Communities In Schools (CIS) -- Alternative to Suspension Program (ASP) -- Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SSHS) Program -- Project H.E.L.P. : High Expectations Learning Program -- Preventing delinquency through improved child -- Protection Services (CPS) -- Violence prevention -- Reducing gun violence -- Gang prevention -- Drug use prevention programs -- DARE -- The National commission on Drug-Free Schools -- Parents : the anti-drug -- Reality-based approach to drug education -- Drug testing in schools -- Mentoring -- Teens, Crime and the community (TCC) -- 13. Juvenile justice at a crossroads : the accelerating call for reform -- Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice -- Reduce institutionalization -- reduce racial disparity -- Ensure access to quality counsel -- Create a range of community-based alternatives -- Recognize and serve youths with specialized needs -- Create smaller rehabilitative institutions -- Improve aftercare and re-entry -- Maximize youth, family and community participation -- Keep youths out of adult prisons -- Models for change -- Evidence-based practices to overcome language and cultural barriers -- Public attitudes toward reforming the Juvenile Justice System -- Champions for Change Award -- Measuring performance -- National Partnership for Juvenile Services -- Career in Juvenile Justice -- Ameliorating the Juvenile Justice workforce crisis -- The Juvenile Justice officer -- The role of social workers and Social Services -- Appendix A. Influences on delinquency -- Appendix B. Job description : school resource officer (SRO) -- Appendix C. Federally funded programs.
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