Prevention of delinquent behavior
John D. Burchard, Sara N. Burchard, Center for Studies of Antisocial and Violent Behavior (U.S.), National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.). Office of Prevention
Sage Publications, Jun 1, 1987 - Law - 372 pages
Prevention of Delinquent Behavior brings together and critically examines current research on identification, intervention and prevention of antisocial and delinquent behaviour in children. The book focuses on the identification of high-risk children and the design of intervention programmes. An empirically-based resource book, it is designed for social scientists, practitioners, policy-makers and advanced students interested in delinquency prevention.
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HighRisk Early Behavior Pattern and Later Delinquency
The Identification and Prediction of Career Offenders
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