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University of Louisville Course Info

Louisville, Kentucky


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CJ 360

Juvenile Justice

A study of the theories and philosophies underlying the evolution and maintenance of the juvenile justice system in America as well as the structure and processes of the contemporary juvenile justice system. Topics included are: the history of the juvenile and the legal system; issues in juvenile justice; and the roles of the police, courts, and corrections in implementing the juvenile justice model

Units: 3.0

CJ 200 - Crime and Justice in the United States - SB