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Some facts about young people who offend

Some facts about young people who offend

2002.

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Published by NACRO in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesYouth crime briefing -- March 2004
ContributionsNACRO.
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16357688M


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Young people who were less supervised by their parents and who had friends or acquaintances that had been in trouble were more at risk. Boys who did not hang around in public places were less likely to offend than those who did.

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In January there were 1, young people in custody aged 18 and under (1, Of sexual assaults against people age 12 and up, approximately 80% of the victims know the offender. Most sexual assaults are committed by someone of the same race as the victim. True. Most sexual assaults are committed by someone of the same race as the victim.

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