Oneof the dangers with the use of "technocorrections" byjuvenile correctional personnel and facilities is that it will:
AnswerProvide a sterile and isolated environment for inmates.
Oneproblem noted pertaining to the quality of juvenile institutions isthat juvenile corrections seem to desire to convert training schoolsinto juvenile transitionpoints
Which"trilogy" of juvenile crime will continue to be a socialproblem in the years to come?
AnswerGangs, drugs, and guns
Althoughwidely used in adult corrections, one intriguing technology beingconsidered for use in juvenile correction facilities is the (FBCM)frequent bed checks method
Whichissue in modern American families may lead to delinquency?
AnswerImpoverished homes headed by single mothers
Whichof the following debates on juvenile punishment has been resolved bythe decision in the Roper v. Simmons case (2005)?
Theuse of restorative justice in the juvenile justice system isexpanding and has as one of its strategic goals to:
Repairinjuries to victims and to communities.
Tohelp improve professionalism among juvenile justice personnel, theAmerican Correctional Association (ACA) spearheaded the concept ofequaltreatment for offenderswithin the community-based agencies and correctional institutionsnationally.
Theuse of risk control and crime reduction strategies by probation andaftercare agencies will be influenced mostly by: Thesafety of society.
Oneof the major issues facing juvenile justice today is: The expandinguse of restorative justice.
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JohnWiley & Sons.