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SCSC-Understanding Juvenile Law

This course is designed to provide school resource officers, school administrators, school security officers, counselors and law enforcement officers with an overview of the juvenile justice system and related laws. This training will serve as a survey of the administration of juvenile delinquency and justice, including the structural components of the juvenile justice system and the stages of the criminal process from the detection of crime and arrest through prosecution, adjudication, and rehabilitation and its alternatives. Emphasis will be directed upon analysis of decisions and practices within the entire juvenile justice system as well as discretion in the administration of juvenile justice.
Important Session Information:

The instructor BRENDA STALLINGS has been employed with Pulaski County Office of Public Defender as a deputy public defender since 2001.  She also is an adjunct professor at the Bowen School of Law where she teaches juvenile law.  As a deputy public defender, she drafts and argues the criminal defense of indigent clients in Pulaski and Perry counties, and coordinates post-adjudication placement for juveniles.  Ms. Stallings has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Arkansas in Pine Bluff and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law.
Registration ends at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Session ID:
340457
Credits Available:
(7) Hours
Seats Filled:
7 / 75
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Karen McMahen
Instructor(s):
Brenda Stallings
Audiences:  K-12, Administrators, Asst. Principals, Counselors, Principals, Special Ed
Date Time Location
4/25/2018 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM South Central Service Cooperative - _Annex Building - Annex Conference Room