While the criminal justice system has been the most effective method to deal with children who are disobedient and have committed crime or otherwise violated the law, it is not the only one. Many people have noted that our children’s behavior and attitudes have changed in many ways as a result. Not only are they susceptible to daily stresses, but so is the rest of the world. Their parents teach them how to cope with their problems. Every day they are there. They are present every day. The following study will discuss the main characteristics of juvenile delinquency and provide strategies to avoid it. Delinquency is the act of commission of a criminal offense. It is the progression of criminal justice through time.
Chicago’s first juvenile justice system was created in 1899. Younger girls and boys ages 16 or younger (Young, et al. 2017, 2017). All states adopted the Chicago model in 1925 with two exceptions (Young, et al. 2017). They have their own courts of criminal jurisdiction. A set of laws was also included in the modern judicial system. Dean asserts that he is an authority on topics related to teenagers. Young et al. According to Young and colleagues (2017), this tribunal was comparable in many other countries as social security court. The majority of decisions were in the best interest of children. Many sanctions were imposed by the court, such as written warnings and probation. All prison sentences will be completed as fast as possible. These killings occurred in guarded settings, with the majority being executed under strict supervision. Because children didn’t have the legal status or were denied their rights, this procedure wasn’t recognized. It is now considered an important issue.
It is the primary goal of criminal justice to rehabilitate and not jail or punish juvenile offenders. Young children are different in their skill set and have limited cognitive and reasoning ability. Their level of development may not be as high as that of adults, and recovery is the only way to reverse this (Young et. al. 2017, 2017). It is not the right solution to put all these young people in prison. Although many of the violent crime victims should be held, it is important to examine why they are acting this way.