Youth Criminal Justice Act: An Era of Social Reform.
Youth Criminal Justice Act: An Era of Social Reform
In 1984 the Young Offenders Act (YOA) was established, it replaced the Juvenile Delinquents Act (JDA) of 1908 and its core objective was to guarantee that the rights and freedoms of Canadian youth were being satisfied. With the passing of the YOA also came extreme revisions and numerous opportunities for Canada's young offenders. The YOA provided youth with extended rights, an abundant number of opportunities for rehabilitation, as well as therapy-oriented associations and institutions. The act offers exclusive conditions that apply to a…
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