Superintendent Elliott made some errors in this situation. A couple of the errors were responding to the parent complaint without referring him to the proper level and failing to listen to the principal. The complaint that was made by the parent is something that should have been handled by the building principal. Instead of trying to take care of the situation himself the superintendent he should have led the parent to the correct building level channel first to come to allow them the chance to come to a solution. The building principal should have been able to build a stronger school community relation with this parent by being honest and handling his mistake.
According to Kelly and Wade, Zack often loses his temper and becomes argumentative. Additionally, Zack has stated that he resents not only Wade for trying to become a parent, but also Wes for taking his mother's attention. His behaviors are causing his family distress as well; These behaviors do fit the criterion for an oppositional defiant disorder. However, the behaviors associated with individuals with oppositional defiant disorder do not include aggression toward others and destroying property, both of which Zack has partaken in.
Hubner’s intentions with this study and Last Chance in Texas is to allow others that read the book to recognize the meaning behind a juvenile’s criminal actions. This could be a guide book for a potential probation officer to understand unique ways for them to treat their offender with the motive to not focus on punishment. The potential probation officer and use the ideas of the criminal finding a way to put himself in the victim’s shoes and understand how being a criminal harms more than just the person that was intended to be hurt. The audience of this book varies. The book was poorly written without as much detail, so the stories written down could not have a false accusation that the stories documented from the students in this book
“It 's unfortunate that he 's made these poor decisions,” she said, adding, “Somehow, he 's been very lucky he hasn 't hurt himself or someone else. “You hope somebody learns, through the court process, not to make these mistakes. I 'm not sure what it will take for Mr. Mitten not to make these mistakes,” she said. Enforcing the state 's drunken driving laws, which prohibit driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 and above, is a priority for the state patrol, said Norman. “It 's one of those things that can easily be stopped.
Instances where fellow colleagues overlook incidents of misconduct or corruption, rationalize the use of excessive force, falsify reports or even suppress evidence as they feel compelled not to “rat” (or tell tales) on their associates are examples of officers maintaining the blue code of silence. (Nwugwo, Boniface C., March 2001; Barry Daniel Patrick, 1999) An officer acting outside the acceptable group customs faces the possible jeopardy of being nicknamed a “problem child”. Much research has indicated substantially that, not surprisingly, the proverbial police code of silence does not just exist but actually pervades all levels of the fraternity, is perpetrated even by higher administrators in the system and often expects police officers to turn a blind eye to witnessed misconduct by their fellow officers. (Barry, D P
I work closely with all of the people that I am working with, so I think that some of the people that I have interviewed have held back because they wanted to be professional and keep that boundary. The first interview that I did was not as in-depth and I think that part of that had to do with the participant wanting to remain professional. While one of the participants, I know very well and he had a lot to say. Ethically, the RDs work with students and sometimes students in crisis.
Risk/need/ responsivity and criminogenic needs is a model developed to create intervention programs for offenders. The risk level is based on the risk factors that contribute to an offender who can possibly re-offend. For high risk offenders an intensive intervention treatment would be put in place to lower the risk or to completely eliminate the risk altogether. Low risk offenders in most case will not get any treatment because the risk level to re-offend is very low, but resource will always be available if needed per request. In Sally’s’ case; her criminogenic needs would be to first address the fact that her boyfriend is an abuser that is struggling financially with her and often encourages her to drink, she has no family or community
Despite the evidence against Atticus being a good parent, the evidence backing up the claim that Atticus is a good parent significantly outweighs the counterclaim. The main reasons why readers may think Atticus is a bad parent is because he does not know where is children are at most of the time, and he lets them loose multiple times, which once almost resulted in possible injury or death. However, letting the children explore on their own gets them the experience they need in real life. When Jem and Scout were at the court case. Jem learned a great deal about Maycomb and its citizens.
A responsible parent would have been continuously monitoring the kid 's performance throughout the year, taking note of his scores in the class tests and assessments, so that when the final report arrives, there would be no surprises. In any case, it is pointless crying over spilled milk. It is far more constructive to think about how you can help the child improve, moving ahead. Similarly, if you are filling out a feedback form or a response card at a food outlet, a bank, a hospital, or some such places, because you have some specific negative inputs, it is nice to start off with your observations of what they are doing well or right.
In most cases, families are experiencing fallouts financially and marriages. Escaping homelessness won't be a breeze for a family, but it is important for the parent or guardian of the children to monitor them for signs of developing disorders. As seen through the testimony of my friend, he developed a crime habit and drug addiction. Family homelessness, unfortunately, doesn't just deprive a home but burdens children with mental health issues. Programs should advertise heavily on how they can benefit families who are struggling to find a home.
This was portrayed in the documentary by one of the police officers who said you might not achieve a good or desired result sometimes but a good result might just be that you have successfully disrupted the situation. Like in most of the cases the girls went back home. Their parents were not persecuted but they became aware that they are being watched by the authorities. Social worker is a relationship-based profession nevertheless it is their moral duty to challenge injustice in the society. I learnt in today’s session that cultural diversity can create ethical dilemmas for social works and in cases there would be no direct answers.
Introduction John Wayne Gacy was one of the most notorious serial killers in the 1970’s. Killing over thirty three teenage boys, Gacy was also one of the most successful serial killers of his time. Known as “The Killer Clown” Gacy often dressed as a clown as a hobby in order to entertain sick children and also supply his fetish for young boys. His first known instance of sodomization occurred with one of his teenage employees who brought charges against him in May of 1968. Gacy repeatedly proclaimed his innocence saying that the sec was consensual but he was eventually charged and put in jail after being deemed fit for trial after a psychiatric investigation.
Stephanie Hernandez How to Become a Border Patrol Agent Audience Use Profile: The following instructions are intended for any criminal justice major students or anyone that is interested in becoming a Border Patrol Agent. Requirements: To be eligible to apply to become a Border Patrol Agent you are required to be a U.S. citizen between the ages of 18 and 40 years old with a valid driver’s license. General work experience or a bachelor’s degree will be required as well.
Did you know theres so many violent cases where Border Patrol agents or BPA for short, don't even get charged for the awful things they do to migrants. The problem that we need to fix is how Border Patrol agents treat migrants or deal with them. We need to stop Border Patrol brutality because out there are being beat or ending up with injuries because of these abusive agents. First and for most, there are too many cases of migrants being beat by Border Patrol officers without getting any consequences. There was a case where a mans face was stepped on and kneed in the ribs after being handcuffed, the man reported it and the case was looked into but nothing was done.
During the 1980’s and 90’s, crime rates starting wavering around their highest rates that they have ever been. This raise in crime rates called for action to be put into place in order to compensate. One of the actions put in to place during this time was a change in sentencing law. Previously, judges were given huge discretion when it came to sentencing and incarceration rates had been dropping for a while. This directed the creation of federal sentencing guidelines.