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Search the Internet for different juvenile probation programs, institutions, and aftercare programs. Write a paper on any two of your choice. Write your paper comparing and contrasting each program. Include the following elements in your paper: • A detailed description of each program (including APA citation and references as to where you found the information) • Goals, successes, and failures of each program • Your conclusion about which program you think would be most effective in treating and rehabilitating juvenile delinquents. • Include in this summary what you might do to improve the program even more.

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CRJS450-IP3NameClassDateProfessorCRJS450-IP3 The juvenile justice system was first developed during the Progressive Era to aid juvenile offenders in getting their lives back on track through offering rehabilitative services instead of locking up the juvenile offender. In modern society juvenile delinquents that are processed through the juvenile justice system receive services that aid them in improving their lives such as substance abuse treatment, family counseling services, aftercare programs, probation programs and juvenile diversion programs. These services are an alternative to detaining the juvenile offender in the juvenile justice system that allows the offender to change their delinquent behavior as well as their perception on this type of behavior. One program that has been developed in order to aid the juvenile offender in getting their life back on track is the Intensive After-Care Program that has been initiated in Sacramento, California. IAP is a research-based approach to transitioning youth from confinement back into the community (Armstrong, 2010). When a juvenile offender has been deemed a risk to society or there is no viable placement for the offender, the youth will be confined in a juvenile detention center. The juvenile's crime is bad enough or their criminal history is extensive enough to warrant a stay at a juvenile detention facility but the crime is not serious enough to warrant the juvenile offender being adjudic

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