“No Mercy” speaks to administrators and educators who at some point should ask themselves, “Is zero tolerance always the best plan for disciplinary action?” In the article Gladwell does not suggest that there should be no form of punishment for students when they do something wrong; but that a zero tolerance policy might not always be appropriate. He suggests that a student’s history and individual circumstances should be taken into account. Gladwell’s first and most powerful example given is that of a Cambridge student that attempted to poison his tutor with a chemical laced apple. Under the zero tolerance policy adopted by many schools today he would have very easily been expelled from school but instead was placed on probation and sent to a psychiatrist. This was done due to the fact that administrators took into consideration that he had never done anything like
CJA 324 UOP Course Homework Aid (Ethics In Criminal Justice) Complete Class Click Link below To Purchase: http://homework-aid.com/CJA-324-Ethics-In-Criminal-Justice-Complete-Class-278.htm CJA 324 Week 1 Individual Assignment Personal Dilemma Write 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you discuss a moral dilemma you have faced recently in your professional life. Address the following in your paper: • The nature of the dilemma • The alternative courses of action you contemplated • The decision you made • Your reasons for that decision • The outcome of the situation Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Post to the Assignment Section. DQ 1 - Should police officers be required to secure a certain number of
Child Abuse has become a major worldwide issue that can no longer be ignored. In this paper I will be discussing emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as neglect I will also be exploring historical approaches to abuse, some of the reasons why children are abused as well as the impact it has on a child's development. Ways to prevent abuse will also be discussed and examined..The mistreatment of children is deeply entrenched in history. Violence is a reflection of patriarchal tradition (Mandell, 2001) The mistreatment of children through violent means is not of the dangers of society and teach the child to deal with everyday problems more effectively. (Derrick and Gilbert)There are various associations that are trying to prevent the abuse and
Therefore, the legislature requires every school to adopt a crime and victimization policy that conforms to specified criteria. Firstly, schools are expected to adopt a zero tolerance policy that defines the procedure followed by a given school (within the state) in reporting the misconduct or behavior of a particular student to the relevant law enforcement departments when the accused is within the district school board’s jurisdiction. Secondly, the policy clearly defines the mischievous acts deemed as dangerous to the schools’ safety. Thirdly, the policy defines the punishable petty acts of misconduct within the given school premises. Fourthly, the policy requires the schools to curb the acts of victimization committed against vulnerable students, staff members, visitors, and volunteers among other persons within the school premises.
Whom or what laws are protecting our children, when a crime such as carjacking becomes a federal offense and not child molestation. This paper will discuss the meaning of child molestation; discuss who a child molester is, and discuss what happens to child molesters. In addition, this paper discusses some cases of child molestation and their laws and the after affects of children that survived child molestation. Finally, the reasoning for taking child molesters off the streets and putting them away for life, without the possibility of parole. The Child Molestation Research and Prevention Institute (2009) defines child molestation is the act of sexually touching a child, boy or girl who is 13 years or younger (para.
11/15/2012 Name:______________________________| BTEC Level 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA | Westminster Kingsway College | Unit 2 Equality, Diversity and Rights in Health and Social Care | Set Date: 15.11.12 Due Date: Final Submission Date (for 2nd submissions) Tutor: Jane Gallard Assignment 2 of 2 Learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: 3 Understand how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatory practice 4 Know how anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and social care settings. In this assignment you will learn the benefits of living in a diverse society. You will learn how to use and recognise terminology in this area and you will understand the detrimental effects that discrimination has on those that are discriminated against. Criteria covered: P4,P5,M2,M3,D1,D2 Learner declarationI declare that all the work submitted for this assignment is my own work or, in the case of group work, the work of myself and the other members of the group in which I worked, and that no part of it has been copied from any source.I understand that if any part of the work submitted for this assignment is found to be plagiarised, none of the work submitted will be allowed to count towards the assessment of the assignment.Signed: Date: | Task Introduction You are to produce a booklet that explains how recent national initiatives promote anti-discriminatory practices. The work placement officer asks you to include a description of how anti-discriminatory practice can be promoted in health and social care so that the booklet can be given to students before they go on placement.
Based on the definition of corporal punishment if you ask any parents if they wanted corporal punishment they would say no. Paddling not beating should be reinstated in the school systems. Paddling is to reprimand for negative behavior for the purpose of discipline. An article from Newsweek shows how Corporal Punishment used in a struggling school can turn the school around. The behaviors had gotten so bad that students at John C Calhoun Elementary in Calhoun Hills, S.C. were so out of control that it resulted in one teacher leaving and relocating.
Kids Should Not Be Tried As Adults The Juvenile Court was created in the early twentieth century to handle juvenile offenders on the basis of their youth rather than their crimes. Over the past twenty years, the public’s belief on youth violence has contributed to widespread support across the country to abolish the juvenile court system for kids to be given tougher sentences. The purpose of juvenile court is treatment and guidance rather than punishment so it is the state’s responsibility to protect and rehabilitate young offenders. Since psychology showed a difference between children and adult prisons because they do not have the same rights as adults and are not fully developed either.
it should fit the crime), these registries should be discontinued. The rapists might deserve a lifetime of social censure, but must the person who peed in a public place also undergo a similar fate? Sex offender now refers to a class of people virtually without rights and whom it is difficult to defend as citizens deserving respect. I believe that many aspects of the current approach to sex offenders seriously undermine justice and make our society less compatible with parents who feel their children are in danger with recovering offenders. One could argue that sex offender registries help parents see if there are any registered sex offenders that live near them.
I have no clue whom Hubner was targeting while writing this book, but I feel that anyone who plans on having a child should read this. It gives perfect awareness to abused children and the way they are victimized and the direct correlation to juvenile delinquency. Perhaps Juvenile Justice Policy makers should read also. But the main target of all should be the conservative society who wants to lock up all juveniles. Maybe now they can see that these kids go through a