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Implications for Policy and Change

  • Christopher Salvatore
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Abstract

This chapter explores the challenges that emerging adult populations present to the criminal justice system. Potential policy changes and ways to cope with the risky/dangerous, substance use, and criminal behaviors found in emerging adults are presented. Recommendations for public policy/criminal justice and recommendations for institutions (colleges/universities) are discussed.

Keywords

Juvenile justice system Criminal justice Policy Courts Colleges Universities 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christopher Salvatore
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  1. 1.Montclair State UniversityMontclairUSA

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