Juvenile offenders are a population that correctional agencies must handle, Law Assignment Homework Help

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Juvenile offenders are a population that correctional agencies must handle differently than adult offenders. While the high-level process flow for dealing with juvenile offenders resembles that of adult offenders within the correctional system, unique differences do exist. In your initial post, identify and describe at least two differences in the way juvenile offenders must be handled differently than adult offenders by correctional agencies, especially when incarcerated. Next, evaluate whether or not you believe the way juvenile offenders are managed under probation supervision differs greatly from the way adult offenders are managed while on probation or parole. Support the position you take on this issue.

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Running Head: JUVENILES AND ADULT OFFENDERS

Juveniles and Adult offenders
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JUVENILES AND ADULTOFFENDERS

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Juveniles are individuals who are normally younger than the age of majority. That is
between the age of 10 and 17 years. Children who are under the age of 10 cannot be held
accountable for their actions. There are certain procedures that legal systems recommend when it
comes to dealing with juveniles. These procedures include courts as well juvenile detention. Some
years back criminal children were

normally treated the same way as adults in the justice

proceedings. In the twentieth century children in the continent of Australia were imperiled to the
same penalties as those of adults.
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