Question 1 An example of a status offense is: a. running away b. not cleaning the house c. not doing homework d. talking back to parents Question 2 Assumptions about the ?normalcy? of delinquency depend on how the misbehavior fits the juvenile?s: a. attitude. b. age. c. parents. d. disposition. Question 3 The procedures of juvenile corrections incorporate: a. informality and discretionary decision making. b. strict judicial precedent. c. firm due process rules. d. formal criminal procedure Question 4 Violent offenders commit the least number of crimes. Answer True False Question 5 Research shows that __________ juveniles are carrying guns than before. a. Fewer b. we cannot research this statistic c. the same number of d. More Question 6 The public today calls for a __________ approach to juveniles. a. Rehabilitative b. Lenient c. Restorative d. get-tough Question 7 Most correctional professionals believe juveniles are more susceptible than adults to the influence of treatment programs. True False Question 8 Extremely serious juvenile crime incidents are rare. True False Question 9 Which of the following seeks to avoid the consequences of formal processing? a. Intermediate sanctions b. Diversion c. Adjudication d. Waiver Question 10 For juvenile offenders, the role of family is critical to the success of correctional efforts. True False Question 11 Conflicts between a child and adult may promote delinquency as the child?s way of ?getting back? or unintentionally calling attention to the conflict. True False Question 12 The first decision made in a juvenile court is to: a. appoint a lawyer. b. file a petition of juvenile jurisdiction. c. determine guilt. d. assess culpability. Question 13 Which of the following would not be considered a secure placement for a juvenile? a. training school b. reform school c. residential center d. foster home Question 14 It is unconstitutional to execute someone who committed their crime before they were 18. True False Question 15 Most gangs are alike. True False Question 16 Which of the following are factors in a juvenile?s history that indicates a high risk of delinquency? a. behavior problems in elementary school b. drug dealing c. antisocial parents d. all of these Question 17 The juvenile corrections system supports __________ decision making Answer a. Firm b. Discretionary c. Definite d. Fixed Question 18 a. adults. b. criminals. c. status offenders. d. boys. Question 19 The most common sanction a juvenile receives is: a. detention. b. aftercare. c. probation. d. diversion. Question 20 The first juvenile court was established in: a. Chicago. b. Omaha. c. New York. d. Los Angeles. Question 21 Aftercare operates in a way similar to: a. a minimum security prison. b. the house of refuge. c. adult probation. d. adult parole. Question 22 The first and basic ?essentials of due process? are required by juvenile offenders was determined in what landmark case? a. Kent v. US b. Breed v. Jones c. McKeiver v. Pennsylvania d. In Re Winship Question 23 Most female delinquents commit the crime of running away. True False Question 24 This case required a standard of ?beyond a doubt? for delinquency matters: a. In Re Winship b. In Re Gault c. Eddings v Oklahoma d. Kent v. US Question 25 Age is the best predictor of recidivism. True False
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