Before any students are allowed to start their classes or be allowed in any sorority/fraternity, they need to take courses on sexual assault prevention, what sexual assault is, how to stop an act if you spot it, and the disciplinary actions that will be taken against someone who has committed these crimes. Bystander intervention programs should also be put in place on campuses. The bystander intervention program can be used as a sexual assault prevention method. This program makes more students feel responsible for taking some form of action when they notice a potentially dangerous scenario. It also makes students feel empowered in the sense that everyone is an ally who is helping and looking out for one
The methods used may have differed but the consensus was that student centered prevention efforts are vital in helping the fight against bullying. While, bullying cannot be stopped by peer intervention alone these articles seek to show that students are the most likely to be successful in stopping these acts as they take on several roles in this fight. Students are not just the victims and bullies but are also on the frontlines as bystanders and an intervening force. The authors’ of these articles hope to show that administrators, teachers and parents are not enough to stop bullying, Students have to be stakeholders in the process and must be given the necessary tools to help change the climate of their social circles, schools and
Anti-violence and crime advocates throughout the United States such as Bruce George have learned, through harsh experiences that one must live trying to set a great example and keep the youth from being drawn into the dark part of the world, instead of escaping their situation in hopes of leaving a legacy for kids to learn from. People who go from prison to podium to motivate young people to be the good in society are those who have developed as people, and reflect upon their past to make sure that the future of this world is clear from the negativity of their own life. In conclusion, Mr. Antolini’s assertion exhibits true wisdom, as it tells both Holden and the reader that it’s not a very great idea to sacrifice your life to leave a legacy. However, it’s best if you show how you have developed and matured through experiences, and give the youth some insight as to what is to come if they choose the wrong
There are other benefits of having SROs present in schools. They can serve as mentors to students to help them overcome crime and change their ways, they can teach classes to bring awareness to the dangers of driving under the influence, and they can serve as role models to students who may want to pursue a career as police officer. Driving under the influence is a crime and a major problem that takes lives every day. It is important for young drivers especially to understand the consequences of driving under the influence. Jean Bonchak reports in her article that Greg Drew, a resource officer at Euclid High School, has talked to students in class about these dangers (Benefits of School Resource Officers).
Students Together Organizing Peace is a club that has impacted me mentally in terms that they shaped my mindset by making me become conscious of my actions and realize the magnitude of problems my communities face. The clubs motive is to encourage young individuals to make positive decisions and reform society to diminish the violence and negativity within our communities. Additionally, this club has worked cooperatively with the organization Peace Over Violence in order to teach the members on important topics like teen violence, healthy relationship, and more.
The drug problem today is very large and continues to grow more serious every year. An international enterprise has been organized for the production distribution of drugs heroin and cocaine in particular (Adler, Mueller, & Laufer, 2013, p. 364). Law enforcement and health agencies have made efforts to control the drug problem. These efforts stem in drug trafficking, treating addicts, educating the public, and arresting and incarcerating offenders (Adler, Mueller, & Laufer, 2013, p. 364). The strategies that focus on arresting prostitutes are unlikely to be effective.
Not only does the book contain a lot of value it exposes students to a major controversy. It should be noted that the opinions within the story are more liberally focused. Even though this is so, it is a very good tool to teach students about gay rights not matter your political affiliation. It is very important for students to be exposed to the issues earlier so they don’t have to run into them in the future. The story adds reassurance to the world.
Juvenile and delinquency seems to be a growing trend in America, what are some of the issues that communities and society in whole face when dealing with juvenile delinquency and discuss what is referred to as the development of a juvenile status? Juvenile delinquency refers to a wide variety of violations ranging from minor offenses, communities and society have to deal with underage drinking accidents, vehicle theft, smoking, reckless driving, assault, vandalism, and prank calls. Some of the causes and conditions of delinquency are obvious: poverty, drugs, gangs, abuse and neglect. We are confronted by a society that is becoming more complex, more mobile and more dysfunctional. Such as, teen pregnancy, suicide, smoking and running away.
Juvenile crime has been an important and more sought after subject for policy analysts, crime researchers, sociologists, principal authorities, the policing team, and many other stakeholders who are in constant search of resolving or reducing the occurrence and recurrence of juvenile crimes in UK and across the world. There has been several literature about the use of moral panic, demonization, and politicisation of juvenile crime and the benefits and undesired consequences, but the search remains alive as even after the juvenile crime era of the 1980-1990, the questions of reducing crime still remains and haunts many policy experts and relevant authorities (Downes et al., 2013). Moral panic has been escalated in its use by the advent of national
Drug Abuse Causes and Effects on Teenagers Drug abuse is one of the top issues defying the country today particularly among the teenagers. Occurrences of drug and alcohol abuse and related anti-social behavior have massively expanded lately. This has become a matter of concern to the government, parents and teachers. Teens regularly try different things with an assortment of activities and substances. Unfortunately, this experimentation can prompt substance misuse and addiction.
As a result, SOY will minimize activities and experiences that may be high in cost; in addition to, offering transportation to events or holding events at the school’s of the participants. While on the subject of schools, SOY will not only be a program to reduce gang violence, but also educate its participants because education is key. And living a life of gang violence behind will open more doors to continue education, get a job, and become active member in the community of Memphis. To conclude, prior research is essential when proposing a program. It is best to know the variables that may interfere with a life-changing event before it happens.
Though drug trafficking may be a huge part of some countries’ economies, it is a problem that continues to grow and cause problems for other countries. It benefits terrorist groups, causes high amount of deaths every year, and causes many people to be thrown in jail. It affects individuals because those who use the illegal substances have a chance of dying and those
My thoughts about the Jean Cleary Act is that this law allows students to stay safe and knowledgeable about crimes in the area. Also, the law helps to keep the community safe. The Jean Cleary Act is related to the Talladega College Student Code of Conduct because the act has a policy that doesn’t allow disorderly behavior around the campus. Another reason Jean Clearly Act is related Code of conduct is that the act reports any threats, harass and injures. Since I already know about Cleary Act Policy, I want to know is the Act helping the students making the right decision.
A. I believe one of the most challenging aspects of being a Child Care Licensing Investigator would be interacting with directors who are confrontational. I am aware that when I am requested to investigate allegations of abuse the environment that I am entering into may already be hostile because of the allegations. The job itself is very appealing to me; because of my passion to help others and protect the innocent lives of one of the most vulnerable populations, which is children. B. Completing my undergraduate degree in social work has equipped me with the necessary tools to be successful as a CCL Investigator, the internship work performed at the West Oaks Outpatient Clinic has increased my social work skill-set inclusive of the development