2 edition of Cincinnati police-juvenile attitude project found in the catalog.
Cincinnati police-juvenile attitude project
University of Cincinnati.
by Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, U.S. Dept. of Justice in [Washington
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Office of Law Enforcement Assistance.|
|LC Classifications||HV8080.J8 C54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 270 p.|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||68067198|
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The Cincinnati police-juvenile attitude project: a demonstration project in police-teacher curriculum development to improve police-juvenile relations.
[University of Cincinnati.; United States. to promote police understanding of the adolescent and his problem, to build favorable attitudes toward law and law enforcement among early adolescents, and to explain the law enforcement function to the junior high school population, two curriculum units were developed in at the university of cincinnati, in cooperation with the cincinnati police division.
The Cincinnati police-juvenile attitude project; a demonstration project in police-teacher curriculum development to improve police-juvenile relations Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, U.S.
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Unformatted text preview: Running head: JUVENILE ATTITUDES TOWARDS POLICE Juvenile Attitudes Towards Police Brittany Hatton-Sorenson CPSS/ Ap Diana Wheatley 1 JUVENILE ATTITUDES TOWARDS POLICE 2 Introduction When we think about juveniles, the first thing that comes to mind is how influenced they can be by outside outside sources can be.
Additionally, through initiatives such as the Changing Minds campaign and the Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Children Exposed to Violence project, officers can gain a better understanding of the impact of a child's exposure to violence and the positive role police can play in supporting affected youth.
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([Washington, Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, U.S. Dept. of Justice, ?]), by University of Cincinnati and United States. Youth Services Unit. The School Resource Officers (SRO) Program began in Cincinnati in We have the 3rd oldest SRO program in the country. Our mission is to improve youth attitude toward police and provide a safe environment conducive to learning.
We operate under the Triad Concept: Police Officer – Mentor - Teacher. The Cincinnati police juvenile attitude project: A demonstration in police-teacher curriculum development (Project report). The Law Enforcement Assistance Association. Cincinnati: Public attitudes about crime • A National Crime Survey report No.
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short, they believe that police–juvenile interactions are a two-way street. Young people react to how police officers treat them, and officers often respond in kind to juveniles’ disrespectful g with juveniles is a challenge, and police departments do well to.
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