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Extractions: Juvenile Justice Web Sites Articles and Publications Source Links with Annotations Web Sites About.Com Juvenile Crime Page About.Com Juvenile Crime-Punishment Statistics Page About.Com Juvenile Punishment Page American Bar Association's Juvenile Justice Center ... Virginia Youth Violence Project Articles and Publications Abandoned in the Back Row: Abandoned in the Back Row reveals that youth who receive an inadequate education or do not succeed in school often enter the juvenile court system. Consequently, children with learning or emotional disabilities are highly susceptible to delinquency. More than 35 percent of students with learning disabilities drop out of school, twice the rate of students without learning disabilities. Youth that drop out of school are three and a half times more likely to be arrested than high school graduates.
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Extractions: Corrections Quotes Web Sites Articles, Publications, and Reports Annotated Entries with Web Links Quotes "The number of Americans locked up has quadrupled in the last 25 years to almost 2 million, as states used longer sentences to get tough on crime. In Michigan, the prison population has increased almost five times since 1975 to nearly 50,000 ... .Nationwide, an increasing number of released inmatestwo of three in 1994committed another serious crime within three years. In Michigan, of the 7,701 inmates paroled in 1995, 40 percent returned within four years for either a parole violation or new sentence. That's up from 26 percent of the inmates paroled in 1991." Source: Detroit Free Press (10 Jun 2002): p.8 secA. "The average cost to keep one person incarcerated for a year in 1992 was about $25,000, and the average cost to keep one person on probation for a year was $5,000. When we multiply by the number of people under each form of corrections, the total costs are about $47 billion per year. Add to that the costs of law enforcement and the total climbs to about $71 billion a year. And this does not include the costs of courts and prosecution, nor the costs of building prisons and jails...." Source: U.S. Criminal Justice Interest Groups : Institutional Profiles. Westport, Ct. : Greenwood Press, 1993. "The direct costs of incarceration range from about a thousand dollars a month for a minimim security, dormatory-style lock-up with no siginficant counseling, to about three thousand dollars monthly for a high security suicide-watch, and the indirect costs to the community are even higher. When the person who is imprisoned needs mental health services, add about $50 per hour to these costs up to $100 thousand per year. On average, it would be much cheaper to give a person a year in college than a year in a juvenile hall, jail, or prison." Source: Friends Committee on Legislation Education Fund
Extractions: We are still a long way from the time when our conscience can be certain of having done everything possible to prevent crime and to control it effectively so that it no longer does harm and, at the same time, to offer to those who commit crimes a way of redeeming themselves and making a positive return to society. If all those in some way involved in the problem tried to . . . develop this line of thought, perhaps humanity as a whole could take a great step forward in creating a more serene and peaceful society.
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Extractions: Homecoming Edition: Fall, 2000 Dean's Corner: Daniel Maier-Katkin I am writing to you from the new offices of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice in beautiful Hecht House. The School has been moved to a very comfortable and attractive new setting with more spacious offices, good facilities for graduate students and an elegant reading room. I hope that many of you will be able to come by and visit and see how much progress the School has been making. We continue to be a popular major; with more than 1300 undergraduates currently enrolled. There are almost 100 Master's and Ph.D. students in the School, and the most recent rankings of graduate programs ranked us third in the nation. As you will see when you read this edition of CrimNotes , the faculty continues to be actively engaged in top level scholarship, and the School's research program is probably the most extensive and best funded of any criminal justice program in the world. Professor Tom Blomberg, who many of you know, has recently stepped into the role of Associate Dean and has been doing a great job providing leadership to the School's instructional programs. Tom is also directing a large scale evaluation of the quality of education services for adjudicated delinquents in Florida. The School, under the leadership of Professor Bruce Bullington, has also taken over the publication of The Journal of Drug Issues , and Professor Bill Doerner has taken on the role of editor of the American Journal of Criminal Justice
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Extractions: Special Education in Correctional Facilities More than one in three youths who enter correc-tional facilities have previously received special education ser-vices, a considerably higher percentage of youths with disabilities than is found in public elementary and secondary schools (Leone, 1997). Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), youths with disabilities in correctional facilities are entitled to special education and related services. Providing appropriate services for these students, however, can be extremely challenging. Several issues have been identified as having an impact on the pro-vision of appropriate special education services in correctional facilities, including transience of the student population, conflict-ing organizational goals for security and rehabilitation, shortages of adequately prepared personnel, and limited interagency coordination. This module synthesizes available information on youths with disabilities in correctional facilities and efforts to provide this population with a free appropriate public education (FAPE). The first section describes the number and characteristics of incarcerated youths with disabilities. The second section portrays special education services in correctional facilities. The third section discusses particular challenges associated with the provision of services in correctional facilities, and the fourth reports results for incarcerated youths with disabilities.
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Extractions: Learn to offer support to people affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol or drugs. Our intensive 22-week Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) program will enhance your skills and prepare you to work with people who have suffered irreversible brain damage. At the end of the program, you receive a Credential of Academic Achievement that qualifies you to use your comprehensive understanding of FASD to help people affected by this disorder overcome obstacles in their lives. New students are accepted full time into the FASD program in the Fall (September) term. Qualified applicants may be admitted into programs outside of normal intakes. Interested applicants are considered on an individual basis by the Program Leader for acceptance into a program in an alternative or modified format. Academic Requirements An Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of 60% in English 30 or 70% in English 33 or a previous certificate and/or diploma in a related field (eg: Child and Youth Care, Early Childhood Education, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Rehabilitation Services, Special Needs Teacher Assistant, Education or Social Work). Credits from previous programs may receive advanced credit.
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Extractions: Facilities Services Main Contact Us Updated: July 31, 2003 East Carolina University Accreditation Planning Sheet Accreditations Building School Department Contact Person Telephone Number Date of Last Review Years Between Review Next Scheduled Review Type National Kitchen and Bath Association Rivers Human Environmental Sciences Interior Design Dr. Karla Hughes, Dean September 2003 June 2006 Site Visit American Dietetic Association Rivers Human Environmental Sciences Dietetics Program/Food Lab Dr. Karla Hughes, Dean February 10, 2003 Spring 2008 Site Visit American Council for Construction Education Rawl Industry and Technology Construction Management Robert Desmond, Dean Site Visit National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Rawl Industry and Technology Construction Management Robert Desmond, Dean
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Extractions: Select A Link WPA sitemap WPA contact information Current newsletter online History of WPA CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESOURCES Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Resources for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System NY Correction History Society Women Offenders, Bureau of Justice Statistics (1999) Violations of the Human Rights of Women in Custody U.S. Sentencing Commission Correctional Agencies Council of Juvenile Corrections Administrators American Correctional Association (ACA) American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) Child Welfare League of America Bureau of the Census Drug Enforcement Administration Federal Bureau of Investigation Fedworld Information Network United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Prisons National Institute of Corrections Office of Justice Programs .....Bureau of Justice Assistance .....Bureau of Justice Statistics .....Corrections Program Office .....National Institute of Justice .....Office for Victims of Crime .....National Center for Victims of Crime .....Violence Against Women Office National Archive of Criminal Justice Data National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) U.S. House of Representatives
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Extractions: Heinous Crime Prevention We are being annoyed by the increase of heinous crimes in Japan. On TV, I recently saw a young man asking adults the reason why murder is bad. A few adults hesitated at answering him and another replied that "Murder is not necessarily bad." We cannot keep our society stable without the severe punishment of the murder. First of all we, adults, have to definitely recognize the necessity of the punishment. Next we have to convince young people that the severe rules are necessary for our society. Before children begin to think why it is bad, we must teach them that murder is the worst deed in the world. I think the reason should be taught after they become schoolchildren. I suppose that the young man, who asked about murder, has never been taught about it by their parents. The Nihon Keizai Shinbun newspaper (Aug. 19, 2003) reported that The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology began to make up for the decline of the ability of parental education. The education courses, which were prepared for the pregnant woman and her husband, and for the parents of the child who will reach school age soon, have already started. On the next year, the child-care course, which was prepared for the parents of adolescents, is planned to double and the establishment of the child-care course for the high school students, who become parents in the near future, was planned.
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Extractions: by Leigh Ann Davis How many people with mental retardation are in the criminal justice system? Do people with mental retardation commit crimes more often than people without this disability? What crimes are people with mental retardation usually charged with committing? What disadvantages do people with mental retardation face in the criminal justice system? As more people with mental retardation move out of institutions and into the community, their susceptibility to becoming involved in the criminal justice system as a victim, witness or suspect of a crime may increase dramatically. Individuals with this disability are frequently used by other criminals to assist in law-breaking activities without understanding their involvement in a crime or the consequences of their involvement. They may also have a deep need to be accepted and may agree to help with criminal activities in order to gain friendship. Many individuals unintentionally give "misunderstood responses" to officers, which increases their vulnerability to arrest, incarceration and possibly execution, even if they committed no crime (Perske, 1991). Some common responses from those with mental retardation that may effect their ability to protect their rights during police contact include the following. The person may: not want disability to be recognized (and try to cover it up) not understand rights (but pretend to understand) not understand commands be overwhelmed by police presence
Extractions: As part of ongoing research, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse has prepared this fact sheet to summarize correctional system statistics, research, and drug treatment information, as well as information regarding ongoing projects addressing drug abuse treatment in the criminal justice system. Background Additionally, 98,913 juveniles (9% of whom were drug offenders) were incarcerated in public or private juvenile facilities for nonstatus offenses. Drug offenders accounted for 21% (236,800) of the State prison population in 1998, up from 6% (19,000) in 1980, and 59% (55,984) of the Federal prison population in 1998, up from 25% (4,749) in 1980. Also, in 1998, an estimated 26% (152,000) of all inmates under local supervision were incarcerated for drug offenses.
Extractions: Locking up Addicts Is there another choice? What is Criminon Penal Code by L.Ron Hubbard Criminon Centres World Wide Criminon Starter Package With 60 to 80 percent reductions in recidivism rates common among Criminon graduates, the program is taking effective measures to return to our communities not hardened criminals primed to commit further anti-social acts, but truly rehabilitated men and women who are able to contribute to the improvement and productivity of society Why Have Our Prisons Entered A Deadly Spiral
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Extractions: OF THE SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA adopted by the SFRJ Assembly at the session of the Federal Council held on September 28, 1976; declared by a decree of the President of the Republic on September 28, 1976; published in the Official Gazette SFRJ No. 44 of October 8, 1976; a correction was made in the Official Gazette SFRJ No. 36 of July 15, 1977; took effect on July 1, 1977.
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