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Complete both of the following prompts:
1) This assessment will require you to conduct a case study of juvenile probation practices. Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with at least three (3) credible resources. Comprise a minimum 2-page essay, and please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format. Remember, case studies are designed to describe, compare and evaluate various aspects of a research problem, and, here, your research problem is “juvenile probation practices.” You are the author, and there is no right or wrong approach in choosing one past, present or proposed juvenile probation practice for this assessment. For example, the content should address the following topics:
Describe one juvenile probation practice, which interests you for this study.
Compare this practice to at least one other probation practice, which you found in your research.
- Evaluate the effectiveness, or lack thereof, of this practice.
- Propose any changes or modifications, which you would support as a federal or state legislator.
- 2) This assessment will require you to conduct research into early probation statutes (Pre-1950). Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with at least three (3) credible resources. Comprise a minimum 2-page essay, and please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format. Research and find at least two (2) early probation statutes (Pre-1950), and, in addition to summarizing your research, be sure to discuss, analyze and evaluate the following questions:
- What was the rationale of the legislators behind the adoption of these statutes?
Discuss the merits, value and implications of these statutes.
Are these statutes still applicable today, or have they been revised, amended or abolished?
- In your opinion, was it prudent and necessary to revise, amend or abolish these statutes? Please be specific.
- Each prompt must be a minimum of two pages in length, double-spaced.