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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Rule 6-29.5 Juvenile Delinquency; Minimum Standards
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
The source pointed out that ISIS terrorists tried to storm into the Juvenile Delinquency Institute's building, which is still under construction, using five car bombs, and later in the day an ISIS suicide terrorist blew up a car bomb near the main electricity station, causing the station to go out of service.
Also under the law, a trial shall not be adjourned for a period not exceeding seven days unless deemed necessary and that a court shall issue a verdict in a juvenile delinquency case within three months and in a criminal case within six months.
This measure is aimed to help to reduce juvenile delinquency and to protect minors from robberies and other crimes, he said.
More sensitive than sensational, Candler's debut doesn't add much in the way of insight to the juvenile delinquency genre, but boasts a breakthrough performance from newcomer Josh Wiggins as the troublemaker in question.
In this textbook for undergraduate students, Bates and Swan (sociology and criminology and justice studies, California State U., San Marcos) examine juvenile delinquency in the context of communities and social policies and the social factors affecting it, including race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality.
The study determined the partnership of the private and public sector in the prevention of juvenile delinquency among the urban poor along the following dimensions: (1) informational; (2) transformational, and (3) detection and counseling.
Summary: Muscat: With juvenile delinquency on the rise in Oman, crimes like theft and traffic law ...
Cops `N' Kids was founded in 1994 and endeavors to reduce juvenile delinquency by proactively engaging youth in the Southbridge area.
(9) to curb juvenile delinquency and protect children from abuse and violence.
New Delhi, Feb.27 ( ANI ): The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) while releasing its report titled "State of Juvenile Justice in Mizoram" today stated that there is an alarming increase in child abuse as well as juvenile delinquency in Mizoram, but the state government is not sincere in the implementation of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act of 2000.
"It is a kind of juvenile delinquency when it manifests itself in people in their 40s, 50s, or even 60s.
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