Juvenile delinquency. What is that?

 

2013-06-18 18.39.01Juvenile delinquency.What do you know about it?

Surely if you want to be happy you should not be a juvenile delinquent.

If you step on the pavement of juvenile delinquency it can lead you on a big road of adult crime and prisons.

Juvenile delinquency is a penitentary system created to deal with offenders under the age( in most countries under the age  of 18).

A juvenile delinquent is a person under the age of 18 who commits a crime.

A juvenile delinquent is an adolescent and the system is created to deal with this category of people whose psychological characteristics have not reached the level of maturity. It is believed that juveniles deserve a milder attitude when being punished.

The juvenile delinquency system works not only as a punishing mechanism. The system works with unhealthy families where children are unpropely treated. The unhealthy family background is believed to be a strong push for a child to behave in an aggressive and often violent way. Imagine - if a mother beats her son regularly the boy is taught aggression in this way. Beatings teach him to solve problems in this way - to beat people. This can result in this boy's future crimes.

If a child suffers in such family he can be withdrawn from this family and be directed to the local orphanage. All this procedures are a part of the local juvenile delinquency system.

Any child should be cared for.Nobody deserves a violent parent. Children are not garbage. They should not be thrown off-road!

Best Regards

Irma Romanova

 

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2 comments for “Juvenile delinquency. What is that?

  1. Hoveey
    Октябрь 7, 2013 at 6:28 пп

    In my place juveniles are most breeded on alcohol. if this were no alcohol the we no crime at all .

    • иРэна
      Октябрь 9, 2013 at 7:41 пп

      У нас в стране тоже много бухают, поэтому и по тюрьмам с малолетки.

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