Juvenile Delinquency [Laboratory] (1.0)
This laboratory is designed for the practical application and observation of concepts contained in CRJ/SOC 312 - Juvenile Delinquency. It concentrates on the restorative and reahabilitative philosophy of the juvenile system in the United States. Students will be involved in a joint venture with the Westside Academy of BOCES 2, Spencerport, New York. This venture, known as the R.E.A.C.H. Program (Roberts Engaging Adolescents and Creating "Heroes"), is aimed at recognizing the value of youth in society and emphasizes the ethical and moral issues of honesty, excellence, respect and obligation. Also listed as CRJ 312. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
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