Juvenile Boot Camp Veronica. Y. Barnes Grambling State University 2014
Problem of Objective Juvenile misconduct may have something to do with the mental state of the child which causes the behavior to be disruptive. Reformation programs have focused on ways to treat juveniles with mental health needs and substance use disorders in the community instead of the criminal justice system. The problem that arises is when no one can control the juveniles behavior and it continues to get out of hand. Restoration with schools, family and the community, Restorative programs is conceptual frame work based on specific principles and values that defines the mission of juvenile justice and guides the activities used to explain these values and mission into practice. Restorative juvenile justice programs provide an alternative to the punishment and offenders rehabilitation approaches the delinquency it doesnt eliminate the appropriate use of confinement and treatment. Different states have different approaches for treatment. Articles 37, 39 and 40 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child pertain to childrens rights with respect to the juvenile justice system and, more generally, the criminal justice system as a whole. Other articles of the Convention (arts. 2, 3, 6 and 12) set out the general principles that must be taken into account in addressing the situation of children in conflict with the law. Since the adoption of the Convention over 20 years ago and despite the many ongoing reform efforts, globally, there has been only modest and uneven progress in ensuring that local and national responses to juvenile crime are both fully respectful of the rights of the child and effective in...
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