5 results
The project was aimed at the comparative assessment of self-report surveys carried out on national samples in the Czech Republic, Estonia and Hungary with a view to exploring risk factors of juvenile criminality as well as to identify protective factors against it.
  • Hungary
  • Czech Republic
  • Estonia
  • Youth crime
  • Research
  • 2006

At all times, young persons committed offences more often than adults which is mainly because they have not concluded the development of their personality and often do not sufficiently...

  • Germany
  • Youth crime
  • National policy
  • 2014

Because crime is primarily a youth phenomenon, and because people under the age of 24 are overrepresented 3 to 1 in the criminal justice system, there is good reason to prevent youth crime.

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  • Denmark
  • Youth crime
  • National policy
  • 2014

The priorities of crime prevention are defined by the National Strategy for Community Crime Prevention (2003) reacting to the actual challenges of crime. The Strategy has a separate chapter...

  • Hungary
  • Youth crime
  • National policy
  • 2014

Though the number of investigated criminal offences, committed by juveniles or with their participation has been decreasing since 2004 as well as the number of convicted juveniles per 100...

  • Lithuania
  • Youth crime
  • National policy
  • 2014