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NCJ Number: 35066 Find in a Library
Title: YOUTH, THE POLICE AND SOCIETY
Journal: BILL OF RIGHTS NEWSLETTER  Volume:5  Issue:2  Dated:(FALL 1971)  Pages:WHOLE ISSUE
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Constitutional Rights Foundation
United States of America
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: Constitutional Rights Foundation
Los Angeles, CA 90005
Type: Instructional Material
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: INTENDED FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS, THIS NEWSLETTER PROVIDES SEVERAL ARTICLES ON POLICE-JUVENILE RELATIONS, RECENT SUPREME COURT CASES, AND THE POLICE ROLE.
Abstract: INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE ARE CASE EXAMPLES OF POLICE ENCOUNTERS WITH JUVENILES, AN ATTITUDE QUESTIONNAIRE ON POLICE AND AUTHORITY, A SURVEY DESIGNED TO ANALYZE LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENTS, A MINI-COURSE ON POLICE THAT CAN BE ORGANIZED BY STUDENTS, AND DESCRIPTIONS OF EIGHT IMPORTANT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. QUESTIONS FOR CLASS DISCUSSIONS ARE INCLUDED IN THE NEWSLETTER.
Index Term(s): Adolescent attitudes; Attitudes toward authority; Course materials; Criminal justice education; High school education; Judicial decisions; Police juvenile relations; Police legal limitations; Police responsibilities; US Supreme Court
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