Final Exam Study Guide for CJ 3100 What are several types of

Final Exam Study Guide for CJ 3100

What are several types of judicial waivers? What is the rationale for using transfers? Who initiates each type? What is a certification? Are the most serious juvenile offenders waived?

What is selective incapacitation? How is it used? What are false positives and false negatives? How do such designations occur?

What is a predisposition report? Who prepares this report? How are such reports used for determining a juvenile’s disposition?

How do first-offenders and repeat-offenders differ? How does a first-offender as opposed to a repeat-offender make a difference in how one’s dangerousness or risk is assessed?

What is diversion? What are some of the eligibility requirements of prospective divertees?

What are teen courts? What type of offenders are best for these? What are day reporting centers? What are their goals and functions? What are boot camps or wilderness programs?

What is ISP? What would be some components of ISP? What it differentiated from stander probation?

What are some common elements of risk assessment instruments? What are aggravating and mitigating circumstances?

What are intermediate punishments? What ae some goals of these? What are chronic offenders or serious offenders?