CRJ 122 - Juvenile Justice Process
Course Description: This course surveys rehabilitative theories and treatment programs of public institutions, and public and private agencies. Case studies are made available to the student for analysis. Adolescent behavior, peer pressure, and the role of the family are examined.
Prerequisite(s): Eligible for ENG 101.
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Describe the methods of the criminal justice system to address juveniles and crime
- Identify and explain the structure of the juvenile court system
- Explain the roles and functions of juvenile correctional institutions
- Explain efforts at creating positive life behaviors for at-risk adolescents
- Discuss how the juvenile justice system has evolved over time
- Identify the familial and social conditions that contribute to juvenile delinquency
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