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CJ 205   Juvenile Justice    Credits: 3

This graduate course provides students with an overview of the theoretical and historical foundations of juvenile justice. Topics include: diverse theories of juvenile offense; incidence statistics and trends; and the role of police, the courts, and corrections in processing offenders. Neglected and at-risk youth, juvenile victimization, juvenile detention, certification of offenders as adults, probation and parole, the death penalty applied to minors, and students' rights and school crime also are covered.












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