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CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Entire Course   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   CRJ 301 Week 1 DQ 1 Juvenile Justice - Putting it in Perspective CRJ 301 Week 1 DQ 2 Juvenile Rights and the Courts CRJ 301 Week 2 DQ 1 Reality Meets the Theoretical CRJ 301 Week 2 DQ 2 Rights of Juveniles CRJ 301 Week 2 Juvenile Crime PowerPoint CRJ 301 Week 3 DQ 1 The Role of Juvenile Courts CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 1 DQ 1 Juvenile Justice - Putting it in Perspective   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Juvenile Justice – Putting it in Perspective . In Chapter 1 of the text, our author talks about "putting it all into perspective." After reading chapters 1 and 2 and reviewing the video Young Kids, Hard Time (this video is recommended, but not required), select one of the juveniles from your reading, the movie, CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 1 DQ 2 Juvenile Rights and the Courts   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Juvenile Rights and the Courts . In Chapter 2 of the text, our author summarizes five U.S. Supreme Court Cases: a. Kent v. United States (1966) b. re Gault (1967) c. re Winship (1970) d. McKeiver v. Pennsylvania (1971) e. Breed v. Jones (1975) CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 2 DQ 1 Reality Meets the Theoretical   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Reality Meets the Theoretical . In Chapter 4 of the text, our author talks about risk factors and protective factors. Select a juvenile of your choice or one that we have already studied (such as Greg Ousley , Colt Lundy, or Paul Gingerich from the video in Week One, "Young Kids, Hard Time“) CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 2 DQ 2 Rights of Juveniles   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Rights of Juveniles . Read either the case study at the beginning of Chapter 5 about the “Juveniles at the Plaza” or the case study about drug searches in schools. Both of these cases deal with the legal rights of juveniles and interpretations of law by the U.S. Supreme Court. Review the Bill of Rights, which CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 2 Juvenile Crime PowerPoint   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Statistical Analysis Presentation . Present a PowerPoint slide presentation or a written report (you do not have to do both) depicting your analysis of historical juvenile crime data for a specific category of crime, or criminal issue. As an alternative to PowerPoint, you can use one of the presentation CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 3 DQ 1 The Role of Juvenile Courts   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   The Role of Juvenile Courts . The separation of the juvenile court from the adult court for hearing juvenile delinquency cases is a major social justice statement. The textbook lays out five critical thinking questions at the end of Chapter 6. Select one for your initial post to the discussion: CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 3 DQ 2 The Changing Role of Probation   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   The Changing Role of Probation . The author of the textbook lays out three critical thinking questions at the end of Chapter 7 that examine issues surrounding probation and its role in addressing juvenile delinquency. Select one of the critical thinking questions for this discussion: CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 3 Journal Article Review   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Courts and Delinquency Intervention/Prevention Programs . Use the University Library to locate a journal article encompassing such topics as: court programs, sentencing, probation, and delinquency. You can use your research in your Final Paper, due in Week Five. Also, the Required CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 4 DQ 1 Goals of Juvenile Confinement   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Goals of Juvenile Confinement . In the Final Paper, you must address the issue of treatment versus punishment. This discussion is designed to help everyone with this debate that shapes juvenile justice in every state. There are many thoughts that cross the spectrum, so this is your opportunity CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 4 DQ 2 Special Populations - A Challenge to Juvenile Justice   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Special Populations – A Challenge to Juvenile Justice . Chapter 9 of the text addresses special populations of juveniles that pose significant problems to the juvenile justices system. Assume you were writing a proposal to a city or state administrator to address one of the special populations identified in our CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 4 Journal Article Review   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Corrections and Delinquency Intervention/Prevention Programs . Use the University Library to locate a journal article encompassing such topics as: corrections, jails, prisons, rehabilitation, or boot camps. You can use your research in your Final Paper, due in Week Five. Also, the Required CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 5 DQ 1 Competing for Limited Funding   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Competing for Limited Funding . In today's reality of shrinking budgets, states continue to look for money that is not being effectively spent. State legislatures want to ensure they are getting the most for their limited dollars. The legislature has requested you to present an overview of an effective CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 5 DQ 2 Connecting the Dots - What is an Effective Program   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Connecting the Dots – What is an Effective Program? In Chapter 10, the text addresses primary, secondary and tertiary prevention programs. What are these levels? Give an example of an effective program in each level. Give a brief description of each program, its intended purpose, and target juvenile CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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CRJ 301 Week 5 Final Paper   For more course tutorials visit www. crj301 .com   Focus of the Final Paper When looking at the relationship between social justice and juvenile justice, there are two over arching concepts when addressing juvenile delinquency - treatment and punishment. These two concepts have driven a cycle of changes in the juvenile justice system over the years. Your task is to support your CRJ 301 Knowledge Specialist--crj301.com

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