- Describe possible treatment interventions for this inmate or offender, as well as the pros and cons of each.
- 3 power pint slides
Based on the scenario below
**Speaker notes are mandatory for all PowerPoint presentations in this clas
An offender name Jack Melton enters the criminal justice system at age 20 for theft over $500. During Jack’s initial interview the clinician obtained his demographic background, socioeconomic status, mental history, medical history, and environmental history. Jack shared with the clinician that since age 13 he has been in and out of the Juvenile Justice system. Jack said he was expelled from school for numerous reasons such as: spitting in a teachers face, hitting a boy in the back of the head with a book, and slapping a girl with no remorse. Jack went on saying he has even killed a cat, stabbed a math teacher’s car tire and put a garbage can on fire in the school’s cafeteria. Jack’s parents are divorced because his father often slapped his mother with no remorse. He reports that his father is now dead but that was a lie. Jack has two siblings’ but are not in touch with them because he always taunted them. Jack seemed calm and exited with no signs of dismay being in a correctional center but seemed disturbed. The clinician received a report that Jack visited the chow hall before reporting to his initial interview. In the cafeteria Jack took a frail and undernourished man’s food and eating it all. He laughed and mocked the inmate. Jack was cocky, very repulsive, irritable, aggressive, skeptical, inhuman, and never initiated any kind of treatment.