About the Real-World Criminology Series More than just textbooks, the short books in the Real-World Criminology series are designed to be of interest to particular fields within criminology. They can be policy primers, spurring innovations in policing and corrections, theoretical works dealing with policy implications, or program evaluations incorporating theoretical foundations. Each book covers something that is happening -or should be happening-in the world of criminal justice.
- Includes a typology developed to serve as a theoretical framework for studying employee-on-youth misconduct
- Offers solutions for prevention, detection, and intervention
- Ideal for use as a supplemental text in many criminology courses or as one of a collection of smaller texts for high-level theory courses
2. The Nature of Employee-on-Youth Misconduct
3. The Extent of Employee-on-Youth Misconduct
4. Consequences of Employee-on-Youth Misconduct
5. Factors Increasing Employee-on-Youth Misconduct
"Mike? Johnson is Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of West Georgia. His publications include "Criminal Justice System Involvement and Continuity of Youth Crime: A Longitudinal Analysis? in Youth & Society, as well as an edited book on connecting practical experience and academics in corrections for which he authored the chapter on working with juvenile offenders. His past experience includes working as a staff member in a residential juvenile treatment program.