Young Offenders on Community Orders: Health, Welfare and Criminogenic Needs

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Sydney University Press, 2008 - Health behavior in adolescence - 250 pages
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Offending behaviour in childhood is a significant predictor of subsequent offending; early intervention is more effective than that provided later. This research aimed to advance understanding of juvenile crime, its health/substance abuse patterns, cognitive correlates and offence trajectories to facilitate effective policies and reduce recidivism.
 

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Contents

Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 2 Demographics
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 3 Physical health
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 4 Sexual Health
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 5 Lifestyle
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 6 Cognitive Ability
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 7 Mental Health
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Chapter 8 Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Use
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Appendix 1
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Appendix 2
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Health welfare and criminogenic needs Back cover
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