juvenile delinquency

NOUN
  1. an antisocial misdeed in violation of the law by a minor
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How To Use juvenile delinquency In A Sentence

  • We can curb juvenile delinquency by education.
  • An apparent upsurge in juvenile delinquency heightened concerns about teenagers.
  • DATELINE: MINNEAPOLIS In response to the surprising rise in juvenile delinquency among young girls, first offenders in one small, unnamed suburb of Minneapolis are being held for 4 hours every day, after school, in the empty monkey house of the local zoo. September 2009
  • School drop-outs, juvenile delinquency, and gang wars were symptoms of underlying social pathology.
  • There is a high rate of juvenile delinquency in this area.
  • Mr Forster said much of the present juvenile delinquency was due to children frequenting the streets with nothing to do.
  • There is a high rate of juvenile delinquency in this area.
  • In the West, liberal support for the child's independence rather than regulative monitoring by parents tends to prevent juvenile delinquency.
  • There is a high rate of juvenile delinquency in this area.
  • He is an expert in juvenile delinquency.
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