CJS 240 Week 9 capstone DQ
CJS 240 Week 9 capstone DQ
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Week 9 CAPSTONE DQ Due Day 2 Due Day 2 Main Forum Please post your response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply The future of the juvenile justice system under debate There has been a movement supporting aggressive measures on juvenile crime while researchers see more public support for prevention and intervention methods Consider the future of the juvenile justice system Should there be a juvenile justice system Why or why not Should there be a comprehensive juvenile justice strategy or should the juvenile justice system focus on one particular strategy Explain your answers If the juvenile justice system goes on with its present course that is on after that the future generation of our children will become horrific than ever in terms of their behavior The juvenile justice system has become a type of rotating entrance which is introducing children into mature criminal activity An insigni cant punishment with the combination of insignificant jail time in juvenile hall does not do anything for young individuals that are in misery The juvenile justice system is scarcely protecting the bigger portion of the problem The future of the juvenile justice system depends on the people who support it and those it is meant to help If there are more prevention and intervention methods this could assist greatly or hurt tremendously it all depends on the situation Some juveniles require jail time in the juvenile hall others would appreciate and work better with prevention andor intervention methods It is my belief that it all lies on the child and their needs and which methods best supports them best In addition I believe that we should come down much harder on juvenile crime because it will show those juveniles who become repeat offenders and those who just do not want to stop their criminal activities and behavior that they will be penalties that are more serious and punishments consequently It is my belief that because there has been leniency toward juveniles and their punishments this has allowed juveniles to believe they are exempt from harsh and strict punishment which in turns permits them to embrace their criminal behaviors and have little or no remorse for what they do I support both prevention and intervention methods and being tougher on juvenile crime It is great that in any case something is in the course of being done concerning this issue Response 2 This is my last post The only thing left to say is that when l was growing up my Dad was enforcement judge and jury I39m sure that one39s environment plays a huge role in delinquency l was raised in the smallest town on Cape God you know people rode bicycles left their doors unlocked had block parties etc The BIGGEST thing that w went down that involved the law was when the sweetest little old lady named Mrs Gates was a bit tipsy from her afternoon sherry and drove her car into the post office When I moved to the city not only was I robbed in the middle of the afternoon but the thieves actually stole the meat from my freezer along with everything else My child had his bike stolen I bought him a new one along with a lock and had him chain it to the clothesline that was cemented into the tar You got it thieves pulled it up stole his bike again and left the pole lying on the ground with a huge clump of cement around it Yes I have a big problem with punks of any age
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