CJS 240 Week 2 Checkpoint Delinquency Deterrence Response
It is my belief that the simple intimidation of punishment operates as a restriction for a juvenile. Since the earliest stages of childhood, we have learned to comprehend what punishment is and how to escape or adjust to it. Some forms of punishment are just applied to scare juveniles versus teaching them the proper way to avoid trouble; this is why most juveniles have no respect for punishment no matter who enforces it. Some juveniles learn better if an illustration of another human being receiving punishment for performing illicit acts is shown to them while others need physical assistance to grasp the meaning, but both methods could work as a deterrent by alternative.
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