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by Francine Sherman,Francine Jacobs
Author: Francine Sherman,Francine Jacobs
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (October 4, 2011)
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FRANCINE T. SHERMAN, JD, is a Clinical Professor and the founderand Director of the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project at BostonCollege Law School.
FRANCINE T. FRANCINE H. JACOBS, EdD, is an Associate Professor in theEliot-Pearson Department of Child Development and the Department ofUrban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University.
О книге "Juvenile Justice. The lessons in this book remind us that we can-and that we must-do better, for the sake of our children, their futures, and the sake of our nation. This volume is a call to action, and I encourage everyone who reads it to take steps to ensure that all America's children are given an equal chance to succeed. We must all work together to replace the cradle-to-prison pipeline with a pipeline to responsible, productive adulthood.
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Francine Jacobs of Tufts University, MA (Tufts) Read 29 publications Contact Francine Jacobs. Youth in the juvenile justice system confront multiple health risks and barriers to high-quality, consistent health-care services. Parents, Families, and the Juvenile Justice System.
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The American juvenile justice system is the primary system used to handle youth who are convicted of criminal offenses
The American juvenile justice system is the primary system used to handle youth who are convicted of criminal offenses. The system is composed of a federal and many separate state, territorial, and local jurisdictions, with states and the federal government sharing sovereign police power under the common authority of the United States Constitution. The juvenile justice system intervenes in delinquent behavior through police, court, and correctional involvement, with the goal of rehabilitation.
Juvenile justice, system of laws, policies, and . It was followed in 2000 by the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act, which advanced the use of community service as a form of punishment.
Juvenile justice, system of laws, policies, and procedures intended to regulate the processing and treatment of nonadult offenders for violations of law and to provide legal remedies that protect their interests in situations of conflict or neglect. The specific mechanisms for administering juvenile justice have varied over time-among societies and even among jurisdictions within countries.
"The lessons in this book remind us that we canand that wemustdo better, for the sake of our children, their futures,and the sake of our nation. . . . This volume is a call to action,and I encourage everyone who reads it to take steps to ensure thatall America's children are given an equal chance to succeed. Wemust all work together to replace the cradle-to-prison pipelinewith a pipeline to responsible, productive adulthood." Fromthe Foreword by Marian Wright Edelman, JD, President and founder,Children's Defense Fund, Washington, DC
"Juvenile Justice: Advancing Research, Policy, and Practiceappears at a critical time, when promising juvenile justice reformsare underway in so many jurisdictions across the United States.Sherman and Jacobs, and their impressive array of expert authors,fill a significant gap in the literature, making the current bodyof juvenile justice research and experience accessible to policymakers, researchers, and funders, and doing so through a practicaland positive lens." Patrick McCarthy, President and ChiefExecutive Officer, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, MD
"Most people have narrow views of what it means to be adelinquent youth. In Juvenile Justice: Advancing Research, Policy,and Practice, Sherman and Jacobs have diligently collected essaysfrom the top experts in the juvenile justice field who tell anempirically based and powerful narrative of who is really in thedelinquency system. As this book makes clear, until we ask andanswer the right questions, we will remain unable to help the youthmost in need." Alexander Busansky, President, The NationalCouncil on Crime and Delinquency, Oakland, CA
A comprehensive reference presenting a rehabilitative, youth-and community-centered vision of juvenile justice
Juvenile Justice: Advancing Research, Policy, and Practicebrings together experts in juvenile justice, child development, andpublic health to explore the intersections between juvenile justiceand needed development of programs and policies that look out forthe health and well-being of the youth who enter this system. Thistimely book provides a usable framework for imagining juvenilejustice systems that emphasize the welfare of juveniles, achievedprimarily through connections within their communities.
A must-read for professionals working in juvenile courts andwithin juvenile justice agencies, Juvenile Justice: AdvancingResearch, Policy, and Practice reflects both the considerableadvances and the challenges currently evident in the juvenilejustice system, with an emphasis on the development andimplementation of policies that can succeed in building a newgeneration of educated young people able to embrace their potentialand build successful futures.