CJ230

[3 credits]

Intro to Juvenile Corrections
Introduces the historical and contemporary aspects of juvenile corrections. Identifies and explores the philosophy, functions, and goals of the juvenile justice system. Emphasizes the role of law enforcement, the courts, community-based corrections, and custodial facilities. Includes an overview of the ongoing debate concerning rehabilitation vs. punishment philosophies in the juvenile justice system, especially as it relates to safety and security issues, and public concerns. W, Sp

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Online Fee per class: $50

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