Tier I sex offenders must appear every year, Tier II sex offenders every six month, and Tier III sex offenders every three months. Tier 2 are moderate risk offences. It includes those involve in sex trafficking, producing or distributing child pornography, or a non-forcible Sexual Act with a minor 16 or 17 years old). When a sex offence is done more than once and that is punishable by more than one year in jail, it’s automatically considered a Tier 2
Violent crimes receive the harshest punishments, and it is said that the same should carry forth and continue for children as well. Many people believe that the age factor is taken into consideration rather than focusing on the crime factor when it comes to the juvenile courts. This is the wrong approach because it does not focus on the main problem which is the crime that has been committed. It is also said that the juvenile courts do not aim to punish, they are just merely to guide and treat. This is believed to not serve any purpose because this no way guarantees there will be no crimes committed henceforth (Borkar).
For the longest time, she refused to think about the physical abuse she experienced as a child. Those memories were so repressed, the FBI would have a hard time finding them. She did not want to admit that someone who pumped her full of words of love would intentionally harm
Consequently, these teens won’t live with being in jail their whole lives. Although, some teens commit offenses at age thirteen and fourteen. “Approximately 79 individuals who committed offenses at age 13 or 14 have been sentenced to LWOP” (Charles Stimson, Elizabeth
At first this caused me more stress and anxiety because my boss was on vacation and was not able to respond right away. However, on Monday my boss was able to inform me that they would allow me to work only on the days in which I told them I could do, starting in October. This for me took off a large burden I felt. This is allowing me for the first time in months to not dread the upcoming month because of the amount of things I have on my schedule (that was outside normal working hours). For the first time in months I will also have more than one day during weekend off a month.
As a freshman in my first year as a member of BHSN Habitat for Humanity, I had many meaningful volunteering experiences. In January I helped organize and clean up the new Habitat for Humanity warehouse. Cleaning up the warehouse was a tough yet a rewarding job, and I was also able to meet other Habitat for Humanity members from IU and from BHSS. Leading up to Evening for Habitat I solicited businesses for donations with my senior partner. Soliciting was a very gratifying experience because it exposed me to the willingness of people to help out the community.
Personal Reflection My final semester at South Dakota State University has been a crazy journey and I gained some very valuable tools during my practicum experience at Head Start. While I was at Head Start, I couldn’t help but compare my experiences to those I had at the campus preschool. As the final section of my portfolio and completion of NAEYC standard 7, I have reflected on the differences and similarities between my two major student teaching experiences. The first similarity I recognized right away is the sharing of the classroom environment. Head Start had two different classrooms that were shared with three different classes and the preschool classrooms are generally shared between two different classes.
I attended graduation on June 2nd, 2017 but was not happy. I knew that I had to take this class since it was my only requirement left. I was unable to take it a semester earlier since I chose my path a semester later then expected. I now feel a relief of knowing that I have completed all of my undergraduate requirements for health science. It is amazing to know every class that I have taken for this major contributed to my experience at my internship site.
Being a charter school means that the school receives less funding than a regular public school. This translates into school staff taking on extra tasks and covering for each other as well. Challenges that I faced go right along with school staff being busy including having meetings interrupted due to student needs. Additionally, the school principle has been out for the last two weeks and my supervisor has had to take on several administrative tasks, which has limited our time to connect. However, the communication through email and short meetings remains great.
It was upsetting to find out that the detention facility has not been allowing student attorneys, paralegals, or social workers inside to meet with clients. I am concerned that the new administration will expand the family detention practice. To my surprise, the Dilley and Karnes facility remain open, despite their failure to meet licensing requirements. It would be preferable for these detention centers to not exist. These women and children are not national security threats.