There are many causes of juvenile delinquency, including poor parenting, peer pressure, aggressive pre-disposition, neighborhood, school life or performance and mistreatment. The issue of nature versus nurture has been w... More »

According to the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services, the causes of teenage or youth crimes are numerous. Prominent causes include economic deprivation, psychological causes and media perception. More »

Many factors contribute to crimes, including need or want for money, feelings of anger, envy or vengeance, the decay of family values, and the desire for control. In some cases, people commit crimes for self-serving reas... More »

There are numerous causes of juvenile delinquency, including domestic violence, living in areas of poverty and high crime rates, inadequate social support and lack of access to education. Juvenile delinquency affects mal... More »

NeighborhoodScout.com provides crime rates broken down by area, listed in relation to neighborhood, city, state and the nation. Clicking on the hyperlink for the state and selecting an area provides the crime rate for th... More »

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To check the crime rate for a specific neighborhood, use online services such as MyLocalCrime.com and NeighborhoodScout.com to look at the crime index and a list of recent crimes. These websites provide an option to sele... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Crime

According to the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services, the causes of teenage or youth crimes are numerous. Prominent causes include economic deprivation, psychological causes and media perception. More »