SL001: Juvenile Justice: Promote culturally sensitive, developmentally appropriate, and research-­‐based juvenile justice practices and policies

SL001: Juvenile Justice: Promote culturally sensitive, developmentally appropriate, and research-­‐based juvenile justice practices and policies.

Assessment Rubric

Rubric Criteria 0

Not Present 1

Needs Improvement 2

Meets Expectations Sub-­‐Competency 1: Compare the juvenile and adult systems across policing.

Explain how terminology, charging documents, treatment, and other requirements differ for adults and juveniles. LO1.1: Explain how terminology, charging documents, treatment, and other requirements differ for adults and juveniles

Response is missing. Response inaccurately explains differences between juvenile and adult policing policies and practices related to terminology, charging documents, treatment, and other requirements.

Response accurately explains differences between juvenile and adult policing policies and practices related to terminology, charging documents, treatment, and other requirements.

Sub-­‐Competency 2: Evaluate evidence-­‐based juvenile justice practices and policies. Provide three evidence-­‐ based practices from the literature that support the juvenile justice practices you have presented and that may also provide more information for your audience LO2.1: Explain evidence-­‐ based juvenile policing practices and policies that promote culturally sensitive and developmentally

Response is missing. Response does not have at least one evidence-­‐based juvenile policing practice or policy, that promotes culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

Response explains at least one evidence-­‐ based juvenile policing practice or policy, in the three, that promotes culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

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appropriate treatment of juveniles

Sub-­‐Competency 3: Compare the juvenile and adult court systems. Explain how due process, cases, and other processes differ. LO3.1: Explain how due process, cases, and other processes differ

Response is missing. Response inaccurately explains differences between juvenile and adult courts policies and practices related to due process, cases, and other processes.

Response accurately explains differences between juvenile and adult courts policies and practices related to due process, cases, and other processes.

LO3.2: Explain evidence-­‐ based juvenile court practices and policies that promote culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles

Response is missing. Response does not explain at least one evidence-­‐based juvenile court practice or policy that promotes culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

Response explains at least one evidence-­‐ based juvenile court practice or policy that promotes culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

Sub-­‐Competency 4: Compare the juvenile and adult corrections systems. Explain how the practices and goals of juvenile and adult corrections systems differ, including how a focus of the juvenile system is the goal of rehabilitation. LO4.1: Explain how the practices and goals of juvenile and adult corrections systems differ

Response is missing. Response inaccurately explains differences between the practices and goals of the juvenile and adult corrections systems, including how rehabilitation is a focus of the juvenile system.

Response accurately explains differences between the practices and goals of the juvenile and adult corrections systems, including how rehabilitation is a focus of the juvenile system.

LO4.2: Explain evidence-­‐ based juvenile corrections practices and policies that

Response is missing. Response does not explain at least one evidence-­‐based juvenile corrections practice or policy that

Response explains at least one evidence-­‐ based juvenile corrections practice or policy, in the three, that promotes

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promote culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles

promotes culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate treatment of juveniles.

Sub-­‐Competency 5: Summarize for community audiences relevant information about juveniles in the criminal justice system. Provide three evidence-­‐ based practices from the literature that support the juvenile justice practices you have presented and that may also provide more information for your audience. LO5.1: Summarize for community audiences relevant information about juveniles in the criminal justice system

Response is missing.

Response does not provide a succinct and audience-­‐appropriate summary of relevant information about juvenile justice practices, including research-­‐based best practices.

Response provides a succinct and audience-­‐appropriate summary of relevant information about juvenile justice practices, including research-­‐ based best practices.

Professional Skill Assessment In this Competency Assessment, you will be assessed on the following Professional Skills: Written Communication and Information Literacy. This skill counts toward your achievement of the Competency and the Professional Skills. Written Communication: Write with clarity, coherence, and purpose. 0

Not Present 1

Needs Improvement 2

Meets Expectations

LO1: Develop clear introduction statements.

Introduction statement is not present.

Introduction statement is unclear and/or unfocused.

Introduction statement is well-­‐defined and clearly describes the topic and focus of the response.

LO2: Use transitions to connect ideas.

Transitions are not present. Transitions are used inconsistently or limit a reader’s access to ideas.

Writing conveys a cohesive idea through the effective use of transitions.

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LO3: Use appropriate tone and vocabulary for a given audience.

Vocabulary and tone are inappropriate for the audience.

Vocabulary and tone vary throughout the writing, limiting a reader’s access to ideas.

Vocabulary and tone communicate key concepts that are appropriate for the audience.

LO4: Apply APA formatting and style guidelines.

APA formatting and style are not present.

Writing inconsistently uses in-­‐text citations and references. Major errors in APA style impede understanding and/or violate standards for academic integrity.

Writing uses in-­‐text citations appropriately, includes references when applicable, and is formatted according to APA style. Minor errors in APA style do not impede understanding or violate standards for academic integrity.

Information Literacy: Apply strategies to evaluate information in order to effectively analyze issues and make decisions. 0

Not Present 1

Needs Improvement 2

Meets Expectations LO1: Identify and locate credible sources.

No sources or non-­‐credible sources are present.

Sources are inconsistently credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

Sources are mostly credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

LO2: Analyze information sources.

Analysis is not present. Analysis superficially applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment and/or analysis is unclear.

Analysis thoroughly and clearly applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

LO3: Synthesize information from multiple, credible sources.

Synthesis is not present. Synthesis demonstrates a vague connection between multiple sources and/or the topic.

Synthesis demonstrates a clear and cohesive connection between multiple sources and/or ideas to support a given topic.

Mastery Rubric

In order to achieve mastery of this Competency, you must achieve a “2” on every rubric row in addition to meeting the additional expectation indicated in the Mastery Rubric.

Mastery Rubric No Yes

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Exceeds Expectations: Use records and data management systems appropriate for 21st-­‐century criminal justice organizations to protect and gather evidence. Demonstrate the ability to use records and data management systems appropriate for 21st-­‐ century criminal justice organizations to protect and gather evidence.

The Assessment: • Does not provide a comprehensive

explanation on the topic “protect and gather evidence” in the criminal justice system; OR

• Is missing the specific technology, how it has influenced the criminal justice system, arguments in favor of the technology or against it, any ethical dilemmas the technology may pose; OR

• Does not conclude with how you think the criminal justice system will evolve in the future through the use of technology.

The Assessment: • Provides a comprehensive explanation on

the topic “protect and gather evidence” in the criminal justice system is included; AND

• Includes a description of the specific technology, how it has influenced the criminal justice system, arguments in favor of the technology or against it, any ethical dilemmas the technology may pose; AND

• Concludes with how you think the criminal justice system will evolve in the future through the use of technology.