Juvenile crime has increased dramatically in recent times, becoming increasingly a problem that generates greater social concern, both for its quantitative increase, as by progressive qualitative hazard. Youth crime is also a feature of societies that have attained a certain level of prosperity and, as authorized analysis, more common in Anglo-Saxon and Nordic countries in the Euro Mediterranean and the developing nations.

         That is, in less developed societies the incidence of juvenile crime in the entire world of crime is lower than in most advanced communities economically.

        In Latin American cities, juvenile delinquency is linked to acquisition-criminal-consumer of luxury goods and usually do not practice violence violence itself but as a means of obtaining material goals.


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