In a list you make in your report specifically identify the status offense laws that are being violated by each of the underage teenage violators.
Identify how you are going to process at the scene each of the underage teenage kid violators, then explain in detail why you made your decision to handle the status offense in that specific manner.
Describe how you would handle any of the teenage status offense violators who is being uncooperative at the scene. How would this affect your decision on how to handle this status offense case?
If you have one or more uncooperative parent who refuses to come to the scene and pick up their child would this affect your decision on how you handle the case, and if so what would you then do with the child?
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The intent of this Analysis of Policing Style in the Criminal Justice System, is to report on a routine patrol for the Any Town Department, which I noticed a group of what appears to be three underage male teenage kids, and one female teen standing alongside the outside wall of a local convenience store in a poorly lit area. Since it is 1:00AM in the morning on a Thursday night, which is in violation of your Any Town City ordinance regarding curfew, I decide to investigate (Peak et. al., 2010). When I turn into the driveway of the convenience store my patrol car headlights illuminate the group of three teens and I notice a cigarette in the hand of the lone female of the group, and it appears to me that two of the males are holding beer cans....