Task Force report: juvenile delinquency and youth crime; report on juvenile justice, and consultants' papers.


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Other Title Juvenile delinquency and youth crime
Subjects Délinquance juvénile -- États-Unis.
Justice pour mineurs -- Administration -- États-Unis.
Juvenile courts -- United States.
Juvenile courts.
Juvenile delinquency -- United States.
Juvenile delinquency.
Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United States.
Juvenile justice, Administration of.
Tribunaux pour enfants et adolescents -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description xii, 428 pages illustrations 28 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary A socio-economic analysis of juvenile delinquency that is critical of society's approach to juvenile crime responds with recommendations and principles for change. Efforts to modernize the juvenile court system and the general attitude of the public sector toward youth crime are discussed. To teach the youthful offenders involvement in community life, the public and private sectors of the population must respond to youthful needs. Emphasis is placed on the following areas for changes in attitude and approach of responsible individuals - public officials, community and social agencies, teachers, and potential employers. Greatest emphasis is placed on juvenile justice system personnel ranging from the police to the judge. The Gault decision is discussed as a viable vehicle for giving perspective to future programs and priorities. That a revitalized juvenile court system is needed is a logical conclusion.
Contents Foreword / Nicholas deB. Katzenbach -- Preface -- The Commission, the staff -- Table of recommendations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. The administration of juvenile justice--the juvenile court and related methods of delinquency control -- Chapter 2. Understanding and preventing juvenile delinquency -- Appendix A. In re Gualt (Supreme Court, May 15, 1967) -- Appendix B. Survey of juvenile courts and probation services, 1966 / Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare -- Appendix C. The juvenile court as an institution / Robert D. Vinter -- Appendix D. The juvenile court--quest and realities / Edwin M. Lemert -- Appendix E. Report on the criminal careers of male delinquents in Chicago / Henry D. McKay -- Appendix F.A note on trends of delinquency in certain areas in Chicago / Henry D. McKay -- Appendix F. The youthful offender / Milton Luger, assisted by Elias B. Saltman -- Appendix H. Affluence and adolescent crime / Jackson Toby -- Appendix I. The culture of youth / Marvin E. Wolfgang -- Appendix J. The function of social definitions in the development of delinquent careers / Carl Werthman -- Appendix K. Assessment and prediction methods in crime and delinquency / Don M. Gottfredson -- Appendix L. Juvenile delinquency and the family : a review and discussion / Hyman Rodman and Paul Grams -- Appendix M. Delinquency and the schools / Walter E. Schafer and Kenneth Polk -- Appendix N. Delinquency and the schools / Office of Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare -- Appendix O. Economic factors in delinquency / Ivar Berg -- Appendix P. The role of religion in programs for the prevention and correction of crime and delinquency / Joseph P. Fitzpatrick -- Appendix Q. Recreation and delinquency / Bertram M. Beck, assisted by Deborah B. Beck -- Appendix R. Delinquency and community action in nonmetropolitan areas / Kenneth Polk -- Appendix S. The prevention of juvenile delinquency / Virginia M. Burns and Leonard W. Stern -- Appendix T. Juvenile delinquency--its prevention and control / Stanton Wheeler, Leonard S. Cottrell, Jr., and Anne Romasco.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)218323
(OCoLC)ocm00218323
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