The Female Juvenile Offender in Hawaii
Group: Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division
The report examines gender differences in arrests, adjudications and social characteristics of juvenile offenders in Hawaii. The study also investigates gender differences in histories of abuse and neglect, exposure to domestic violence, psychological diagnoses, self-injury, suicidal ideation/attempts, academic failure, gang involvement, delinquent peer groups, and drug and alcohol use. Female and male juvenile offenders’ family backgrounds, including parental substance abuse and criminal histories, are also compared.
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