The Challenges in the Juvenile Justice System
This essay discusses the various challenges that exist within the juvenile justice system. These challenges include violence, abuse, mental health issues, disabilities, and family and community involvement. Each of these issues negatively impacts juveniles involved in crime and makes it more difficult for the system to effectively rehabilitate or punish them.More
The debate on juvenile conviction: should juveniles be tried and convicted as adults?
This essay looks at the debate surrounding the conviction of juvenile offenders as adults. It discusses the arguments for and against this practice, as well as the factors that need to be considered before a decision can be made.More
The Role of Education in Reducing Juvenile Delinquency
This essay discusses the role of education in reducing juvenile delinquency. It argues that by providing resources and opportunities for success, we can help reduce the rate of juvenile delinquency in New York City.More
The Roles of Key Officials in the Juvenile Court System
This essay will attempt to investigate the roles of the key officials in a juvenile court, in order to better understand the phenomenon of juvenile delinquency and how it is dealt with by the law.More