CRJ 312 - Juvenile Justice (3)

This course examines the historical response to juvenile delinquency and the origins of the juvenile justice system. Students learn the theories relating to the causes of juvenile delinquency, the laws governing the police handling of delinquency and detention, the structure of the juvenile court system, the application of corrections to juvenile offenders, and the strategies for prevention of juvenile offenses.

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