juvenile delinquency

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Synonyms for juvenile delinquency

an antisocial misdeed in violation of the law by a minor

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It is also claimed statistics indicate juvenile delinquency is increasing.
The term juvenile delinquency designate misbehavior of young people who have reached the age of majority, being applied to those who transgress the law, but also to those that integrate potential delinquent entourage, those who fled from home or schools, those who have behavioral disorders (Marica, 2007: 19).
Key Terms: Behaviour development, Juvenile Delinquency, Family structure, Family criminal history, Family reaction, Phenomenology
This study assumed that the public and the private sector in Cagayan de Oro City have established collaboration for the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency.
Juvenile delinquency is increasing in epidemic portion in Pakistan, but neither the law nor other people associated with it are concentrating their efforts to recognize the persistent and serious dangers that are associated with it .
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY REMAINS A CENTRAL TERM FOR ACADEMICS AND PROFESSIONALS in sociology, politics, and law, and for many commentators in the media and popular press.
Some 850 copies in the Kyrgyz language and further 600 in Russian will be delivered to Juvenile Delinquency Inspectors as well as among staff of schools across the country.
Several themes will be discussed during this session, particularly the causes of juvenile delinquency, psychic, educational and social needs of delinquent youths, ways of prevention and development of institutional action to protect these youth and risk categories.
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is the Department of Justice (DOJ) office charged with providing national leadership, coordination, and resources to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization.
Our culture gives parents power over their children and so children mainly behave much better and the problem of juvenile delinquency is much less prevalent.
The conversion of scientific knowledge about juvenile delinquency to actual policy and practice has been dreadfully slow and even stalled at times.
In our view, the use of physical restraints upon minors who appear in the Lancaster Juvenile Delinquency Court must be based on a showing that such restraints are necessary for each individual minor irrespective of the type of hearing or proceeding," said the ruling, issued Monday.
Juvenile Delinquency begins with a brief history followed by several articles addressing the various facts and theories related to risk factors, assessment and behavioral interventions.
The Safe and Drug-Free Schools' Mentoring Program promotes mentoring activities for at-risk children that (1) assist such children in receiving support and guidance from a mentor; (2) improve academic performance; (3) improve interpersonal relationships with peers, teachers, family members, and other adults; (4) reduce the dropout rate; and (5) reduce juvenile delinquency and involvement in gangs.
Bad Youth: Juvenile Delinquency and the Politics of Everyday Life in Modern Japan.
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