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CJ 105   Introduction to Juvenile Justice    Credits: 3

This course provides students with an overview of the theoretical and historical foundations of juvenile justice as a system apart from adult criminal justice. Topics include: theories of juvenile offense; measurements of prevalence; the role of police, the courts, and corrections in processing offenders through the system. Also covered are neglected youth, juvenile victimization, detention, certification of offenders as adults, probation and parole, the death penalty, and students' rights and school crime.












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