In my community, there are programs in place necessary for the betterment and reduction of Combating juvenile delinquency targeting the young generation to prioritize positivity in their undertakings. One of the programs is boys and girls program that aims to consolidate youths by putting them in better positions in the community to discourage them from indulging in criminal activities. Another essential program with an intention to contain juvenile delinquency is the Pace Center for Girls. It is worth noting that Pace Center for girls program is a non-profit move targeting to help young girls in meeting their daily needs (Treskon & Bright, 2017). The program gains its popularity from the fact that it identifies all the independent women who are suffering from all sorts of needs ranging from family poverty and lack of education. Besides, Pace program notes the critical weak points that motivate girls to participate in crime among them being welfare dependency, substance abuse, teen pregnancy and juvenile delinquency. It is expected that within a short period, the program will have sealed those gaps, therefore, preventing adolescents from committing crimes in the community.
Gang and delinquency prevention program finds its way to my community to contain cases of crime by young boys and girls. The program works closely with girls and boys club of America in ensuring that it meets all goals and objectives set to improve the well-being of the adolescents in the community. One of the peculiarities underlying Gang and delinquency prevention program is that it continues to formulate new strategies whose impact is central towards foreseeing reduced gang activities in the community by countering factors that facilitate spread of gang activities in the society (Totten, 2009). What is more, the program in collaboration with the United States Department of justice works toward determining the talents and roles youths can play in the community to curb cases of crime. It is not possible to identify such skills and abilities without taking care of recruitment of kids in schools and social service agencies so that their motive can deviate from crime to good doing that help them and the community as a whole.
Stain theory is a relevant model contributing towards triggering interventions key to the comprehension of community public policy regarding delinquency prevention. According to Buckett (2011), strain theory appreciates the linkage between youths and the strain of being locked out economic wellbeing hence encouraging them to indulge in crime. The strain resulting from lack of positive stimuli can lead to revenge and anger that drive children to criminal behaviors. In such a case, strain theory suggests that for the young generation to quit crime activities, strains blocking them from positivity must be eradicated. Social disorganization theory also plays a role in bringing a clear understanding of juvenile delinquency prevention. Social disorganization theory gains its roots from the postulation that the community fails to acknowledge the need for a social organization to embrace shared needs aimed at solving joint problems (Buckett, 2011). Therefore, if the society can come together and discuss issues facing all members, it is possible to get a solution necessary for discouraging children from indulging in strange behaviors.
I would propose the idea entitled “success for kids” that would champion children toward prioritizing positive thinking. Among the driving forces of the programs would involve nurturing the young talents and requesting the government to offer financial assistance. For example, if the program identifies interests such soccer and basketball, then such skills will be nurtured along that line with full support from willing organizations. In so doing, it would be possible to save many children from drug abuse and other sorts of crime bearing in mind that the program has a provision for guidance and counseling.