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CJB32

Author Karen Freeman
Published November 1996
Report Type Crime and Justice Bulletin No. 32
Subject Children, juveniles and young people; Crime statistics
Keywords young people, juveniles, crime statistics

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Summary

Aim

This bulletin explores recent trends in juvenile crime which tend to belie the public perception that most juvenile offenders are involved in violent crime and offend frequently, and outlines the findings of two recent research studies conducted by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research on juvenile offending.