How Might the Changing Demographics and Diversity of the US Population Affect the Operation of Juvenile and Criminal Courts?
The changing demographics and diversity of the U.S. population may affect the operation of juvenile and criminal courts by the effectiveness in properly dealing with new trends in crime and all the costs of hearing and preparing the court cases, and of hiring more people to deal with the increase in crime in the future, and finally the cost of rehabilitating those offenders.
Some of the things that could change this are the rise in elderly population that are embracing technology
While the recent advances in technology has brought a number of advantages to
society, it has also resulted in some unique challenges for law enforcement.
The State Police will be called upon even more in the future to police technology-related crimes
(Internet scams and other cyber-related crimes), especially against the elderly, which will cost us more to hire more police officers and cost us more in the courts.
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