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Team B Affirmative Brief Juvenile crime is increasing rapidly and is a problem that plagues America The murder rate by 18 year olds has increased 467 since 1965 The current policy maintained for the last number of decades is clearly not effective An increase of 207 in the number of murder cases committed by 15 year olds from 1985 to 1993 is not a sign that current policy is effective Changes must be made The best way to address the problem is through government funded preventative programs The affirmative intends to prove and stands resolved that the federal government should establish a program to substantially reduce juvenile crime This by definition means that the federal government would benefit the country by taking action and making government programs that will decrease the number of crimes committed by minors Contention I The status quo is only harming the people of the united states by remaining Subpoint A It has become clear that the state and local governments have failed in correcting the nation wide epidemic of juvenile crime since juvenile crime rates are rising so rapidly Subpoint 1An example of an ineffective state plan is that many states are attempting to incarcerate juveniles along with adults Putting juvenile offenders in with adults increases their chances offending again when they are released by 65 Subpoint 2 SHOCAP a local crime reduction plan was shut down because it was ineffective Subpoint B Local plans are too diverse and lack uniformity Subpoint 1 A plan that can lift up the entire country are far superior to those that can only effect small parts Iowa may indeed have smaller problems than New York but Juvenile crime exists everywhere Subpoint 2In the hands of the federal government a more effective tax worthy and moral shaping plan can be spread throughout the entire united states and benefit the country as
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