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Describe the major roles and responsibilities of a forensic psychology professional in juvenile subspecialty.

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Forensic Psychology: Juvenile

Forensic Psychology is a broad enough area primarily because of the specific situations and populations that the application of psychology in a justice setting can apply. Juvenile forensic psychology for example is such a subpopulation and setting as its focus are juveniles and the many areas of concern and issues they populate within the law enforcement and justice system. Juvenile delinquents are the terms used to refer to youths under 18 who offend and reoffend. Their behavior and cases can range from mild to severe, from antisocial behavior to murder. The main focus of government response in ...

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