Course Description:

CRJS 333 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND THE JUSTICE SYSTEM An analysis of the extent and nature of juvenile delinquency to include the personal and social factors related to the development of delinquent habits within American society. An evaluation of the juvenile codes and their implications for services within the juvenile justice systems. A review of the decision-making process of the police, court, probation and correction officials. Three Hours, Spring

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

CRJS133LEC

Co-Requisites: