Monday, September 7, 2009

Chris Stonecipher says "there has been much debate and research controversy over the factors that influence the decline in juvenile and adult crime arrests. The influencing factors are situational crime prevention, target-hardening techniques, number of repeat offenders, offenders never caught and aging out process (maturation process). Drug involvement, adolescent/parental relationships, and teenage parents are also factors for the percentile of parents involved. With this said, deciphering statistic research can be a daunting task as different variables such as the number of arrests from a single offender to crimes that are non-reported." Read more about juvenile and adult crimes


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