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  • 1. Chapter 7 Police And Juveniles
  • 2. Chapter Outline
    • The Central Role of Police Agencies in the Juvenile Justice System
    • Role of the Police in Dealing with Juvenile Offenders
      • Early Policing in Juvenile Justice and Police Matrons
      • The Changing Role of the Police
      • Community and Problem-Oriented Policing
      • Processing of Juvenile Delinquents by Police
      • Policing Status Offenders and Abused or Neglected Children
    Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. Chapter Outline Continued
    • Police Discretion in Dealing with Juvenile Offenders
      • Police’s Attitudes Toward Juveniles
      • Juveniles’ Attitudes Toward Police
    • Police-Based Programs for Juveniles
      • D.A.R.E. and Other School-Based Programs
    • New Directions in Working with Juveniles in Policing
      • Redlands, California: Risk-Focused Policing
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  • 4. Role Of The Police In The Juvenile Justice System
    • Arresting delinquents
    • Processing juvenile delinquents and status offenders
    • Preventing juvenile delinquency
    • Protecting juveniles from victimization
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  • 5. Juvenile Crimes 2003
    • 9% of murder arrests
    • 14% of aggravated assault arrests
    • 29% of burglary arrests
    • 24% robbery arrests
    • 23% of weapons arrests
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  • 6. Changing Role Of The Police
    • Police history divided into three periods:
    • Traditional/political period
    • Professional period
    • Community oriented period
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  • 7. James Q. Wilson
    • Three styles of law enforcement agencies:
    • Watchman
    • Legalistic
    • Service
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  • 8. Community Oriented Policing
    • A philosophical movement in policing designed to make the community a co-active partner with law enforcement.
    • Pro-active and innovative programs for juveniles sponsored by police agencies are a natural outgrowth of this movement.
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  • 9. Juvenile Serious Violent Incidents By Time Of Day Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 10. Serious Violent Incidents, Adults v. Juveniles By Time Of Day Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 11. Problem-Oriented Policing (POP)
    • Developed by Herman Goldstein
    • A philosophical movement in policing that attempts to take the focus of the police away from responding to calls and crime problems in a reactive fashion.
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  • 12. Terminology In Juvenile Court
    • CHINS – Child In Need of Supervision
    • CINS – Conduct/Children In Need of Supervision
    • MINS – Minors In Need of Supervision
    • PINS – People In Need of Supervision
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  • 13. Arrests Per 100,00 Juveniles, Ages 10-17 Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 14. Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)
    • Mission is to provide children with the information and skills they need to live drug-and-violence free lives.
      • Establishes positive relationships between students and law enforcement, teachers, parents, and other community leaders.
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  • 15. Police-Based Programs For Juveniles
    • D.A.R.E.
    • Police Athletic Leagues (PAL) – police program focusing on recreation and sports designed to reduce delinquency and increase youth’s commitments to legitimate activities.
    • Police Explorer Posts – police program for younger adolescents designed to teach youths about policing.
    • Police Cadet Programs – police program designed for older adolescents and college students that allows participants to perform some police tasks and learn about law enforcement.
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