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juvenile delinquency

  1. 1. is
  2. 2. is
  3. 3. Juvenile is the broad-based term given to juveniles who commit crimes.
  4. 4. Juvenile is the broad-based term given to juveniles who commit crimes. Juveniles are defined as those people who haven’t reached adulthood or the age of majority.
  5. 5. Juvenile also
  6. 6. known as or is participation in illegalbehavior by minors.
  7. 7. JUVENILE CRIME
  8. 8. (MPCF)
  9. 9. They were involved in various socialproblems and serious crime. The problem, if not tackled immediately, will be more difficult toovercome social problems, including drugabuse, truancy, bully, gangsterism, extortion and pornography
  10. 10. Based on the 2010 statistics,1.43 percent of disciplinarycases were recorded in schools in the country, with 0.32percent of them involving criminal cases
  11. 11. 4
  12. 12. 4
  13. 13. major4 factors Juveniles
  14. 14. Substance abuse
  15. 15. more exposed starttaking drugs Substance abuse
  16. 16. easy access to illegal commitcrimes to obtain money Substance abuse
  17. 17. The problem here is that the medicalworld is still not advanced enough to diagnose certain mental conditions, such as personality disorder in children
  18. 18. Family relatedissues
  19. 19. Family related issues These issues may include neglect and abuse (physical, psychological, and emotional), lackongoing parental conflict, and of proper parental supervision
  20. 20. Personal(individual)issues
  21. 21. For example, a juvenile who does not get properPersonal basic education or the(individual) one with very lowissues intelligence level is very much likely to get engaged in delinquent conduct.
  22. 22. Effort t vercome juvenile delinquency…
  23. 23. Preventive is doing an activity systematically, full of planning and havingthe good direction in rder to make the juveniledelinquency does not come up. There are many preventive efforts that the society can d
  24. 24. (1) FamilyThe parents make a harmonic family, The parents make areligious family, The parents give the affection normally tochildren, The parents watch their children activity n rmally
  25. 25. (2) In the school Teacher affection to the students In order to know the psychologist side of the students, teacher should know thegrowth psychology of the students. School can provide the facility as likelaboratory, m sque, sp rts, and etc.it can make students use the facility when they are in the leisure time.
  26. 26. Curative effort is anticipation to the juvenile delinquency. It specializes to the symptom of delinquency. This action isusually done by the police andpublic attorney. DelinquencyPrevention is the broad term for all efforts aimed at preventing youth from becoming involved incriminal, or other antisocial activity.
  27. 27. Empowering the children, there are two kinds of empowering the juvenile.Empowering to the juvenile who does notdo the delinquency. It can be in the family, school, and society. This effort is to prevent the juvenile to do the delinquency. Empowering to thejuvenile who does the delinquency or who are in jail. This effort is important t make the juvenile not t do again their delinquency.
  28. 28. A child or adolescent who is capable ofbeing friendly, bedient, andcaring who would follow the rules andact morally and ethically under normal circumstances can be driven to juvenile delinquency ifneglected, abandoned r abuse.
  29. 29. Delinquency Prevention is the broad termfor all efforts aimed at preventingyouth from becoming involved incriminal, or other antisocial, activity. The unity of family, school, and society is very important to do in order to prevent the delinquency.
  30. 30.  Student ages 13 – 15 main contributor juvenile crime. Retrieved nst.com 4 major risk related to juvenile crime. Retrieved legalinfo online.com Juvenile crime rate at stage worrying. Retrieved cj.my/post/10372/ Efforts to overcome juvenile delinquency. Retrieved masluqman.wordpress.com Definition of juvenile delinquency. Retrieved wikipedia.org
  31. 31. Prepared by :
  32. 32. Prepared by : Muhammad Afiq Bin Aripin
  33. 33. Id : 2010150125
  34. 34. class : Bm111 5A
  35. 35. THANK YOU

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