JLC-368 Juvenile Delinquency: Causes, Prevention and Treatment (3)

Development of the individual through childhood and adolescence as it relates to delinquency and crime; special characteristics of juvenile criminality; current principles, policies, and practices for its prevention and control. Factors producing delinquency. Juvenile detention, juvenile court, training schools, and treatment of the offender. Usually Offered: spring.

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