Juvenile Risk Assessment In Juveniles

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Over the years different research has been demonstrated that Females Juvenile Risk Assessment represents an important part of our judiciary system. Our system has failed to significantly test female’s juveniles, in the proper way with an assessment that is to test specifically for them. This test should have an accurate form that can help with guidance to these juvenile offenders who are at high risk for recidivism. Another factor that is not being looked at is the cultural and ethical cause diverse response among females from the Black, Hispanic and White race? Does age makes a different that impairs the prediction of each female to reoffend. In the articles, scholars have written about taking sample testing to extent the prediction of recidivism among female juveniles to compare those of higher offender’s rates. These testing methods are also aimed to target the age-related differences that might make the testing more accurate among the adolescence. Female juvenile justice should properly have the agency administrate the assessment test to in order to reduce future. These tools help prevent recidivism among juveniles with age and ethnic are important factored in the assessment to prevent and reduce future offenders. However another import fact is that the test that are summit by the state are evaluated to see if high risk female are benefited from the having high intervention programs. The Structured Assessment of Violent Risk in Youth (SAVRY)is one of the test that indicated the placement for supervision for high-risk youths. Introduction Risk Assessment is a process that is needed in the juvenile system since it is a great tool that will help analyze the life of a female offender. There are a number of factors that need... ... middle of paper ... ... since it can help predict violence and non violent crimes as well as for reoffending in the risk factors. The following are the most recent outcome of the SAVRY is a list of 24 statistic and dynamic risk factor that is based on a comprehensive review of science literature (2010 Penney). Most important is that many long standing debates regarding the use of clinical predictors when it all comes to the judgment on the individual levels of risk violence on females juveniles. How can these research show that with time that given this study time a better prediction and awareness can help with future decision making? In a reason meta- analysis of 67 published studied the conclusion is that making a decision making from the assessment tools out performed clinical judgment where is valid to use for the purpose of prediction of recidivism (Perrault, 2012, pp. 487-505) .

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