CRJ 3201


Provides a historical overview of the American juvenile justice system from the development of the juvenile court, juvenile jurisdiction, and patterns of delinquency, including gangs, training schools, probation, aftercare, family, school, and related factors as well as intervention strategies.


  1. Apply criminal justice terms to juvenile justice.
  2. Explain the theories related to juvenile justice.
  3. Explore the influence of the findings on juvenile justice strategies.
  4. Analyze the process of dealing with juveniles in the adult and juvenile court system.
  5. Differentiate between the various juvenile justice programs.
  6. Investigate international juvenile justice operations in comparison to state and federal juvenile laws.
  7. Summarize the blending of federal juvenile laws within a multi-cultural community.




Juvenile justice in America (Rev: 7)

Publisher: Prentice Hall (2014)
Author: Bartollas, C., & Miller, S. J.
ISBN: 978-0-13-297830-9
Price: $1,574.95

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