By Nancy E. Dowd; (ed.)
A brand new Juvenile Justice procedure goals at not anything lower than a whole reform of the present process: now not minor swap or maybe major overhaul, however the alternative of the present procedure with a distinct imaginative and prescient. The authors during this volume—academics, activists, researchers, and those that serve within the latest system—all reply during this assortment to the query of what the procedure will be. Uniformly, they agree that a fantastic method might be established round the precept of kid health and the aim of supporting childrens to accomplish efficient lives as electorate and participants in their groups.
Rather than the prevailing process, with its punitive, damaging, undermining influence and asymmetric program via race and gender, those authors envision a process conscious of the wishes of sweet sixteen in addition to to the community’s valid desire for public security. How, they ask, can the beliefs of equality, freedom, liberty, and self-determination rework the method? How will we enhance the chances that youngsters who've been classified as “delinquent” could make winning transitions to maturity? and the way do we create a process that depends on confirmed, family-focused interventions and creates possibilities for optimistic adolescence improvement? Drawing upon interdisciplinary paintings in addition to on-the-ground courses and adventure, the authors caricature out the wide parameters of one of these process.
Providing the rules, targets, and urban skill to accomplish them, this quantity imagines utilizing our assets properly and good to take a position in all kids and their strength to give a contribution and thrive in our society.
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Arredondo noted that youth detention facilities are ineffective and sometimes inhumane in their typical responses to the needs of children with behavioral health problems. He believes that placing youth in secure confinement does not reduce harm but in fact may have the opposite effect. He avers that congregate living environments are almost always harmful to young people with behavioral health issues because of the negative peer influences and the lack of staff skills and interest to intervene appropriately.
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A New Juvenile Justice System: Total Reform for a Broken System by Nancy E. Dowd; (ed.)