Juvenile Justice-Consequences of Offenses to Offenders, Victims and Community

Students are to define the consequences. They identify the consequences of juvenile crime on offenders, victims and the community. Students increase the responsibility to self, others and the community. They identify how Utah includes victims in the juvenile justice process.

6th - 12th Social Studies & History 26 Views 122 Downloads
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