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Lecture 7

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Sociology
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SOC 1500
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Scott Brandon

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From the police point of view, they do have powers but those powers are limited But in order to serve/protect the community they have to follow some kind of  reasonableness. Comes down to common sense. Mere suspicion – certainty  Section 7, 8,9,10,11, 12 EJM: Extra Judicial Measures (Diversion Program)  Youth Criminal Justice Act S. 4 – 10 An officer “shall consider” using EJM  • You have a choice to use that program  • Shall: have to • Consider: think about it The officers can basically do 4 things: (PRE­CHARGE) 1. Give a warning (speaking) 2. Give a caution (more formal, written) 3. Give a referral (refer to a program. If they complete it the charge is not laid. No  criminal record. Record saying that the kid participated in this pro
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