Posted: October 27th, 2022

Paper 2

1.   
What training is important for court personnel and why?
2.   
Who are the key figures in juvenile court proceedings and what are
their roles?
3.   
What role do representatives from the department of children and
family services play in juvenile court proceedings?  Why are
CASAs important in juvenile court proceedings?
4.   
Discuss the continuum that juvenile court judges are placed along
and the pros and cons of each.
Chapter 9. Steven M. Cox, Jennifer M. Allen, Robert D. Hanser and John J. Conrad. Juvenile Justice A Guide to Theory, Policy and Practice. 9th ed. Sage Publications, 2018. ISBN: 9781506349008

Test Grading Rubric

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0 points
Not present

Advanced

92-100%

Proficient

84-91%

Not present

Total

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0 points
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Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Content

(70%)

Advanced

92-100%

Proficient

84-91%

Developing

1%-83%

Not present

Total

Substantive Requirements

Met

8 to 8.5 points:

All key components for each test question are addressed in the response.

7 to 7 points:

Most of the components for each test question are addressed in the response

1 to 6 points:

Test question is addressed minimally in response.

0 points

Not present

Major Points Supported by Evidence and Reasoning

8 to 8.5 points:

The essay has a clear, logical flow. Major points are stated clearly and are supported by reading and study materials, pertinent examples, resonates Christian world view supporting your themes throughout your writing.

7 to 7 points:

The essay has a logical flow. Major points are stated reasonably well and are generally supported by reading and study materials, pertinent examples, further interpretation and/or support for Christian world view needed.

1 to 6 points:

The essay lacks flow of content. Major points are unclear or confusing. Major points are not sufficiently supported. Christian world view and/or support for Christian world view missing.

Structure (30%)

Developing

70-83%

Formatting and Arrangement

4 to 4 points:

Spelling and grammar are correct. Sentences are complete, clear and concise. Paragraphs contain appropriately varied sentence structures of 5-9 sentences or a minimum of 150 words. References are cited in current APA format including a reference section which is not part of the word count.

3 to 3 points:

Some errors in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling are present. Some sentences may require clarification. Paragraphs contain some varied sentence structures less than 5 sentences or a minimum of 140 words. Where applicable, references are cited with some APA formatting including a reference section which is not part of the word count.

1 to 2 points:

Spelling, grammar and punctuation errors distract. Sentences are incomplete or unclear. Paragraphs are poorly formed. Where applicable, references are minimally or not cited in current APA format and does not have a reference section including a reference section which is not part of the word count.

Word Count Per Question

4 to 4 points:

Word count of 750 words is met.

3 to 3 points:

50 words more or less than the required length.

1 to 2 points:

Over 100 words more or less than the required length.

Professor Comments:

Total:

/25

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1. What training is important for court personnel and why?

2. Who are the key figures in juvenile court proceedings and what are their roles?

3. What role do representatives from the department of children and family services play in juvenile court proceedings?  Why are CASAs important in juvenile court proceedings?

4. Discuss the continuum that juvenile court judges are placed along and the pros and cons of each.

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