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Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
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Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquency
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Juvenile delinquency
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Juvenile delinquency
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  • 1. JUVENILE
  • 2. juveniles whocommit crimes
  • 3. juveniles who commit crimes.Juveniles also defined as those people who haven’t age of reached adulthood or the majority.
  • 4. JuvenileDELINQUENCY also
  • 5. YOUTH CRIME
  • 6. YOUTH CRIME
  • 7. 13
  • 8. 13
  • 9. 1513
  • 10. 1513 JUVENILE CRIME
  • 11. (MPCF)
  • 12. various social hey were involved inproblems and serious crime. drugabuse, truancy, bully, gangsterism, extortion and pornography
  • 13. Based on the 2010 statistics,1.43 percent of disciplinarycases were recorded in schools in the country, with 0.32 percent of them involving criminal cases
  • 14. Substance abuse
  • 15. more exposed starttaking drugs Substance abuse
  • 16. Substance abuse
  • 17. These issues may include neglect and abuse (physical, psychological, and emotional), ongoing parental conflict,and lack of proper parental supervision
  • 18. Personal(individual)issues
  • 19. For example, a juvenile who does not get proper basic education or thePersonal one with very low(individual) intelligence level is very much likely to getissues conduct.
  • 20. Effort tO Overcome juveniledelinquency…
  • 21. Preventive is doing an activitysystematically, full planningand having the good direction in Order to make the juvenile delinquency does not come up. There are many preventiveefforts that the society can dO such as
  • 22. The parents make a , The parents make a religious family, The parents give theaffection normally to children, The parents watch their children activity nOrmally
  • 23. In order to know the psychologist side of the psychology of the students. School can provide the facility as likelaboratory, mOsque, spOrts, andetc. it can make students use the facility when they are in .
  • 24. Curative effort symptom ofdelinquency police and public attorney preventing youth from becoming involved in criminal, or other antisocial activity
  • 25. Empowering the children, there are two kindsof empowering the juvenile. Empowering to the juvenile who does not do thedelinquency. It can be in the family, school, and society. This effort is to prevent the juvenile to do the delinquency. Empowering tothe juvenile who does the delinquency or importantwho are in jail. This effort is tO make the juvenile not To do again their delinquency.
  • 26. A child or adolescent who is capable of being friendly, obedient, andcaring who would follow the rules and act morally and ethically under normalcircumstances can be driven
  • 27. 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.
  • 28.  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
  • 29. Prepared by :
  • 30. Prepared by : Muhammad Afiq Bin Aripin
  • 31. Id : 2010150125
  • 32. class : Bm111 5A
  • 33. THANK YOU

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