Offending behaviour in childhood is a significant predictor of subsequent offending, offending in adulthood and chronic offending. Intervention provided at an early age and stage of offending is more effective than that provided later in the offending history.
This research aimed to advance understanding of juvenile crime, its health and substance abuse patterns, cognitive correlates and offence trajectories, thereby facilitating effective policies and practices to reduce recidivism, improve health and create prosocial alternatives for young Australians at risk of a criminal career.
Dianna Kenny and Paul Nelson
Sydney University Press
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|2008||Chapters 7-8||Kenny, Dianna T; Nelson, Paul K|
|2008||Chapters 4-6||Kenny, Dianna T; Nelson, Paul K|
|2008||Chapters 1-3||Kenny, Dianna T; Nelson, Paul K|
|2008||Foreword, Table of Contents and Executive Summary||Kenny, Dianna T; Nelson, Paul K|