When it comes to your teens misbehaving. Please don't be so quick to call the law enforcement. They are so corupt. :( I can't trust them anymore. My brother was killed actually murdered by them when my mom called for help. Please take other measures and take control of these teen now while they are still young.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:56 PM on Oct. 21, 2008 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by BlueFrogMama at 12:59 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
There are corrupt people everywhere. However, not all people involved in the Criminal Justice system are corrupt. The Criminal Justice system is not perfect by any means but it is what we have. What we have is much better than having no Criminal Justice system. It is easy to point fingers and to accuse the entire system for one or two peoples actions.
Perhaps a better way to approach this would be to fight for more training within the Criminal Justice system. In addition, you can use your energy to help serve troubled youth.
Answer by tinkerbell76 at 1:07 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
I don't accuse the Entire system. I just know most are corrupt. I'm just saying that the truth. Unless you've experienced the cover-ups you can't speak.
Parents often wait until things are too late. Bottom line I just want to encourage parents to focus on everything that is going on with YOUR children. Be actively involved daily.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:19 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
Answer by thedies at 2:29 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
Anonymous- I have a degree in Criminal Justice and have worked very closely with police officers. I stand firm on my belief that there is corruption and cover-ups in the Criminal Justice system. Again, this doesn't mean that all people within it are corrupt. If they were all corrupt there would be alot more criminals walking our streets. It takes citizens like you and me to help bring change.
I had two goals for myself when I decided to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice. The first was to find ways to get out of an abusive marriage. I successfully completed that goal with assistance from police officers, DV advocates, and the courts. The second was to help troubled teens. Prior to becoming a SAHM I worked with troubled teens and was able to be a postive influence for many of them.
All parents should be actively involved with their children!
Answer by tinkerbell76 at 5:29 PM on Oct. 21, 2008
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