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CRI3103 Juvenile Justice
Credit Points: 15

This unit introduces students to the theoretical explanations of juvenile offending. This unit also explores juvenile justice policies and practices over time. On the completion of this unit, students will have an understanding of the causes of juvenile offending, the major issues that are associated with juvenile offending, the institutions of juvenile justice and the challenges encountered with preventing juvenile offending and dispensing juvenile punishment.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G81Bachelor of Criminology and Justice
E73Bachelor of Science (Security and Justice Studies)
DMPSCRPsychology and Criminology Double Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006