Crj 204 Research paper

1 Giannie Gomez Borough Of Manhattan Community College Criminal Justice And The Urban Community CRJ 204 Ilir Disha May,15 2023
2 Juvenile delinquency refers to criminal behavior committed by minors, typically those who are under the age of 18. This can include a wide range of behaviors such as vandalism, theft,drug use, and violent crime. Various factors can contribute to juvenile delinquency, including family dysfunction, poverty, peer pressure, lack of education or employment opportunities, and exposure to violence. The most Affecting Situation a Juvenile delinquency can have is the impact of economics for the juvenile and family. The consequences of juvenile delinquency on criminal justice costs include increased expenses associated with police investigations, court proceedings, and incarceration. A juvenile who commits a serious crime might be sent to a juvenile detention center or even to an adult prison, where they might be exposed to violence, abuse, and further criminal activities. The effects of juvenile delinquency on families can be dramatic, resulting in conflicts, stress, and the potential for further delinquency. These costs can be borne by taxpayers and can strain government budgets. The victims of juvenile delinquency may need counseling, medical care, or other kinds of assistance. A policyholder's premium may increase because of these costs, whether they're borne by them or by the insurance company. It is important to note that juvenile delinquency has the potential to lead to lost productivity, since delinquent children may have difficulty finding employment or may face incarceration if they engage in delinquent behavior. This can result in lost income and reduced economic growth. Having a disadvantaged background may make a person more likely to engage in delinquent behavior, contributing to economic inequality. This can perpetuate cycles of poverty and reduce social mobility. This can lead to reduced earning potential and increased dependence on government assistance programs. Poverty and juvenile delinquency are significantly correlated, according to this study. Because of the lack of resources and opportunities, low-income youth are more likely to engage in delinquent behavior.
3 We selected two participants who are still juvenile in their 16 and 17 years, one girl and boy who are still involved in their path of bad behavior and delinquency, and two others who are 23 and 42 and have already gone through delinquency. The purpose of this study is to examine their story and their differential reasons for getting involved in criminal activity. The type of questions that I ask them are about the reason they got involved in criminal behavior if it was influenced or because they wanted to do it, about parenthood and when they were young if they were aggressive or impulsive, the situation at home if they had a lot of arguments or problems. If they consider themselves antisocial and the change of mentality about how they will feel if someone sees their criminal record in a job interview and also if the situation they got himself into affects the life they were planning for the future. They would be more likely to commit crimes again if they had the mentality they have now. If parents work too much that they are left alone in the house at some point, ask about their economics in their life. Their characteristics were different. I wanted to check what aspect or outcome there we were going to give me by their response because juveniles had different situations. There were no specific characteristics in this research. In BMCCC, I'm attending a program called "UMLA," which has a group called "Project Impact," which helps juvenile delinquents finish school and get through their stuff. They helped me get in touch with one of my recruiters as well as the person at the school I spoke with about my research paper and who told me he was a juvenile delinquent, and I have known him for quite a long time among the two who live around my neighborhood. I recorded the interview. It can be easier to narrow down but also I watch their body language and the way recruiting expresses the situation. In addition to seeing how juvenile delinquency has a major impact on society, how it could be effectively changed in a way that is not too burdensome for juveniles.
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