Crj/301full Course All Dqs and Assignments/ (Juvenile Justice)

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CRJ/301Full Course All DQs and Assignments/ (Juvenile Justice)

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CRJ 301 (Juvenile Justice) Complete Class All DQs and Assignments
CRJ 301 Week 1 DQ1
Juvenile Justice – Putting it in Perspective.
In Chapter 1 of the text, our author talks about “putting it all into perspective.” After reading chapters 1 and 2 and reviewing the video Young Kids, Hard Time (this video is recommended, but not required), select one of the juveniles from your reading, the movie, or you may speak from personal experience and a particular juvenile in mind. Address the three questions in the
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You can use your research in your Final Paper, due in Week Five. Also, the Required and Recommended Resources, listed every week, are available to use as research for your Final Paper. Once you have found an article, provide the following information:
1. Correctly cite the article in APA format: name of journal, authors, title of article, location.
2. Summary of the article. Which type of crime intervention/prevention strategy is being addressed?
3. List key findings and recommendations.
CRJ 301 Week 2 Assignment Adult and Juvenile Crime Statistical Analysis Presentation
Statistical Analysis Presentation.
Present a PowerPoint slide presentation or a written report (you do not have to do both) depicting your analysis of historical juvenile crime data for a specific category of crime, or criminal issue. As an alternative to PowerPoint, you can use one of the presentation applications listed here, or one approved by your instructor: MoveNote, VoiceThread, Prezi, or Google Present. Select one component of the criminal justice system (e.g., law enforcement, courts, or corrections) to focus your research. The data and charts you develop may be used in your Final Paper. You will:
1. Present national juvenile data and trends based on the FBI – Uniform Crime Reports and the Bureau of Justice Statistics – Crime Type, or other comparable nationally recognized data bases, such as the

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