Reviews theories of adolescent development, history of juvenile court, the Wisconsin Juvenile Justice Code, and the Wisconsin Administrative Code as it applies to juvenile offenders. Learners become familiar with procedures to admit/release adolescents in secure detention. Learners also apply strategies for effective supervision, protection, and discipline of juveniles and adolescents in secure detention settings, including those classified as special-needs offenders. Students meeting all requirements of this course they will be certifiable to work in a juvenile detention colocated facility in the State of Wisconsin. Prerequisite: Admission to Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047
Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047
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