ICJ 31100 The Juvenile Justice System

This course is an examination of the origin, philosophy, and objectives of the juvenile justice system. Emphasis will be placed on the decision making process of police, court, and probation officials relative to the apprehension, processing and treatment of juveniles. The ideology, politics, and controversies of the juvenile justice system are also addressed.




Offered at St. Charles location each term, St. Louis City location once a year and intermittently at Belleville campus.