Research Touted To Help Youth Crime Prevention

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Policy makers concentrating on juvenile crime should pay need to research that could guide more-effective prevention efforts, criminologists told the Justice Department’s annual criminal justice research and evaluation conference yesterday. As an example, Terence Thornberry of the University of Albany said that child maltreatment is a more significant factor pointing to delinquency if it happens
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