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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Thomson Learning
This text examines how the juvenile justice system began and also addresses the system's current status and the direction it appears to be heading. Included are discussions on the history of juvenile justice, the controversial philosophy of the system, police involvement, detention and diversion, and the processing requirements involved throughout disposition. EXPLORING JUVENILE JUSTICE presents in-depth material in a fashion that enables the reader to enjoy and readily comprehend this complex issue. Lively chapters on causation, drugs, and gangs provide a well-rounded understanding of this subject.Roberson, Cliff is the author of 'Exploring Juvenile Justice', published 2000 under ISBN 9781928916093 and ISBN 1928916090.
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