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Search Result: Juvenile Crime

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Discipline Children to Prevent Crime, Fla. Sheriff Instructs Parents

November 26, 2013
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey organized seminars that focus on disciplining children to prevent them from committing crimes.

2 Juveniles Charged With Breaking into School with Assault-Rifle BB Guns

November 5, 2013
Denver SWAT responded when a cleaning crew working late at night notified authorities of two suspects with guns and backpacks entering KIPP Montbello College Prep Middle School, reports The Denver Post. Two male juveniles were arrested.

Md. School Shooter Charged As Adult

August 28, 2012
The 15-year-old Perry Hall High School student suspected of shooting a 17-year-old classmate on Monday will face attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault charges.

Dropouts Cost California $1 Billion in Juvenile Crime Costs

September 24, 2009
High school dropouts, who are more likely to commit crimes than their peers with diplomas, cost the state $1.1 billion annually in law enforcement and victim costs while still minors, according to a study being released today.

A Crappy Job of Parenting

August 31, 2009
I have had parents tell me to discipline their kids, yell at them, take them to jail, and lock them up. One asked to borrow my service revolver.

How a Group Becomes a Gang

January 1, 2002

Gangs can develop from seemingly harmless groups of friends into hardened criminals who may not be obvious as gangbangers.

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