juvenile delinquent


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juvenile delinquent

a child or young person guilty of some offence, act of vandalism, or antisocial behaviour or whose conduct is beyond parental control and who may be brought before a juvenile court
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Mean family income was $38,400, $41,000, and $52,000 for adolescent sex offenders, violent juvenile delinquents, and nonviolent delinquents, respectively.
The Utah Ad Hoc Committee for Juvenile Delinquents over 2 years has collected a unique set of drug, alcohol and substance abuse protocols that use elements of traditional and alternative medicine.
eliminating familial status protections for juvenile delinquents serving their sentences.
Table 1 Mean GORT-3 Standardized Sub-test Scores for Low-Achieving Juvenile Delinquents Pre-test Post-test GORT-3 Sub-test M SD M SD Rate 4.
EQUIP combines the best of several different approaches to treating juvenile delinquents, he indicates.
Even as the court has asked the Delhi Government to submit the list of measures taken to improve the condition in such homes, a random check of some of these facilities by M AIL T ODAY revealed dismal infrastructure facilities and a non- existent aftercare plan for juvenile delinquents.
Many of the audience were dressed as their favourite characters: there was a couple who had come as juvenile delinquents from the British show Misfits; a teenage Batgirl; and one Indian-American attendee who was "Captain India", a home-made Captain America with a turban and a green-and-orange shield.
The sailors are currently lodged in Borstal school in Kochi, which houses juvenile delinquents.
Summary: RAS AL KHAIMAH - The Ras Al Khaimah Misdemeanour Traffic Court sent a 17-year-old minor boy to Dar Al Eslah, a government-run correctional establishment for juvenile delinquents in the emirate.
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While the parliamentary debates on the proposal are expected to start soon, the experts in juvenile delinquency said the revision will not contribute to promoting the sound rehabilitation of juvenile delinquents as the law advocates.
A WRESTLER and a rapper star in an inspirational true story about a bunch of juvenile delinquents who discover self-respect as an underdog football team .

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