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Criminology
Course Code
CRM3312
Professor
Kenneth Campbell

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Youth Intervention and Diversion Guest Speaker Police Woman Ottawa Police Youth Section • Diversion files, missing youth interventions (used to physical go looking for them, now once they  are found they are sent to them and they try and reduce the risks of them running again), family  crisis referrals and support, youth mental health court • School resource officers o All criminal incidents that happen at school or to and from school, or affect the overall  school environment o Weapon, sexual assault, violent offence, drugs all need to be reported to police through  school resource officer o If it has nothing to do with school than it goes to the youth officers not the school resource  officers • YIPI (youth in policing initiate): target youth who have barriers to success  o Live in bad neighbourhood or family, immigrants, etc o Leadership and support programs o Work for the summer o Trained by OPS personnel o Get information on policing o Paid and get a great resume, interview skills, first aid, CPR • Youth cannot be charged under the age of 12 – refer these kids to CAS or cross roads Youth Criminal Justice Act • Replaced the YOA in april 2003 • Accountability act • Prevent crime • Rehabiliate and reintergrate • Ages 12­17 years of age o Under 12 dealt with through community services o Crossroads – only deals with 12 and under, assists children who are extreme high risk  because of family dynamics, mental health issues, support program o CAS o Cannot be charged • 18 or older dealt with as an adult • Youth over the age of 14 can be given adult sentence for serious crimes o Will not be put into an adult prison until they are of age though • Warn YO = warning only issued for criminal offences and one MUST be issued if there is an  allegation of a criminal offence and poli
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