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Is Your Teen at Risk for Juvenile Delinquency?

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What is juvenile delinquency? When a young individual engages in illegal activities or behavior, not once or twice but on a regular basis, it is known as juvenile delinquency.

Juvenile delinquency is also referred to as juvenile offending. A teen can be considered a juvenile delinquent when their destructive and antisocial behavior becomes uncontrollable.

Every state in the U.S. has its distinct judicial system to manage juveniles who break the law. Some common juvenile crimes include: Property offenses such as theft, vandalism, or burglary Personal offenses like assault, bullying, rape Robbery Homicide Drug abuse and other drug violations Approximately 2.1 million people under the age of 18 are arrested in the U.S.

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