Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections
Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections.
Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Juvenile Justice Process and Corrections on the student website and select one option to complete for your assignment.
• Option 1: Flow Chart
• Option 2: Offender Journal Entry
• Option 3: Paper
Option 2: Offender Journal Entry
Write a 700- to 1,050-word journal entry from the perspective of your selected juvenile offender.
Address the following in your assignments:
Describe the process the juvenile will follow after arrest, from intake, through court, sentencing, and punishment or rehabilitation from the perspective of the offender. The process should be based on actual state laws and practices of your state or a state in which you are familiar. (Using California State Laws)
Include a brief corrections plan created in the mode most appropriate for the level of offense, such as a recommendation memo to Child Protective Services or the school principal for a status offense, a letter to judge regarding sentencing for a non-violent offense, or a report to corrections for a violent offender.