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Juvenile Delinquency and Community Prosecution. New Strategies for Old Problems.

Harp, Karen
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Alexandria,VA: American Prosecutors Research Institute.

This monograph provides a brief explanation of community prosecution, an overview of the potential interface between community prosecution and juvenile justice, a discussion of the legal and systemic issues that APRI uncovered during its site visits, a review of some common issues identified
between community prosecution and juvenile justice, and a brief comparison of community prosecution to another emerging juvenile justice philosophy, balanced and restorative justice. (excerpt)


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