The Overall Decrease in Juvenile Arrests Overall Review Data from 2008 shows that juvenile arrests for violent crime declined between 2006 and 2008. According to Puzzanchera (2009) “In 2008 there were 2.11 million juvenile arrests, which is 16% lower than the arrests in 1999” (p.3). In 2008 juvenile arrests for forcible rape was at an all time low since 1980, aggravated assault arrests were also at its lowest since 1988. However, juvenile arrests for murder were at its low in 2004, but increased from 2005 to 2007. Further, the Property Crime Index decreased by 20%, larceny-theft by 17%, murder by 5%, motor vehicle theft by 50%, and burglary by 14% (Puzzanchera, 2008).
In recent years, the average age for first arrest has dropped significantly, and younger boys and girls are committing these crimes. Between 60-80% of adolescents, and pre-adolescents engage in some form of juvenile offending .These can range from status offenses (such as underage smoking), to property crimes, to violent crimes. The percent of teens who offend is so high that it would seem to be a cause for worry. However, juvenile offending can be considered normative adolescent behaviour . This is because most teens tend to offend by committing non-violent crimes, only once or a few times, and only during adolescence.
It seem population density is to deter crime but that is not truly true because it seem that high density it offer a perfect oppuorunity for property crime . Property crime is about 1/3 out of all crimes that occur. Property crimes has include the follow crimes thefts, larceny, burglary, robbery,sort lifting, arson and vandalism. The statistic has shown that property crime have fell major about 32 percent in a ten year period. Property crime rate , “of 135 victimizations per 1,000 households in 2008 was lower than the rate of 147 per 1,000 households in 2007” and it was 248 attempted or completed property crimes per 1,000U.S.
Shortterm debt increased from 0.3 percent in 1984 to 16.8 percent in 1987. Accrued expenses went from 16.6 percent in 1984 to 1.9 percent in 1987. In addition, the inventory turnover decreased from 4.6 in 1984 to 3.2 in 1987 while the age of inventory increased from 79.7 days in 1984 to 113.2 days in 1987. This is a miserable sign because the electronics innovate day by day but Crazy Eddie needed more time to sell the products. The accounts receivable turnover decreased from 135.4 in 1984 to 53.9 in 1987 while the age of accounts receivable increased from 2.7 days in 1984 to 6.8 days in 1987 indicate that Crazy Eddie had some problems on realizing accounts receivable.
The FBI reports for 2008 shows that the numbers of violent crimes dropped 11.6% in the city of Detroit. From 2000 to 2004 Detroit’s rate has dropped 23% drastically. In 2007, the city had the sixth highest rate of violent crime among the twenty-five largest U.S. cities. FBI reports In 2010, city of Detroit neighborhoods were not listed as among those in major cities with the 25 highest crime rates in the U.S. as reported by neighborhoods. Detroit recorded 308 criminal homicides in 2010, a 15.4% drop from the previous year’s count of 364.
After this heinous act the laws of MT were swiftly changed to charge juveniles as adults if they commit an adult crime. I believe that if a juvenile can commit the crime then the juvenile can do the time. . As of June 2012, the federal government and 28 states have adopted the “life-without-parole term mandatory” (Kendall, B. 2012 Wall Street Journal) for juveniles convicted of murder in adult court.
The company’s net cash from operations also decreased from 262.69 million to 233.58 million in 2005, a difference of 29.1 million. This decrease in operational cash flow was largely attributed to a significant increase in inventories to 164.41 million from 43.63 million. In addition, Tiffany posted operational losses of 12.03 million and increased prepaid expenses of 16.34 million in 2006. However, the company effectively managed its accounts payables for the year at 17.79 million, a significant change from the prior year. In addition, Tiffany increased ‘other non-cash’ items within its operations to 67.01 million.
Phase 2 IP Instructor Clise Colorado Technical University On-line CJUS344-1104B-02 Jennifer A. Peterschick December 5, 2011 Abstract This report will discuss the differences between the juvenile court system and the adult court system. Do juveniles offenders have the same constitutional rights as adult offenders. What is a disposition and age jurisdiction? What crimes or circumstances can a juvenile be treated as an adult in most states? Where to put them?
Juvenile delinquency describes the antisocial behavior of many different types of youth who are in trouble, or who are on the brink of trouble with the law. In general terms juvenile delinquency means different things to different people. By law, a juvenile delinquent is a person under the age of eighteen who is found guilty in a court of law for committing some sort of crime. Children are not just born delinquents; they are products of circumstances, chance, culture and environment. A youth named a delinquent by circumstance and chance is a youth who has been in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Should juvenile offenders be tried and punished as an adult A juvenile offender is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as a person under the age of 18 that has been charged with a crime. The American legal justice system, should they treat juvenile violent offenders as adults? Harsh sentencing won’t acts as a deterrent? Juveniles are not competent to stand trial. Juveniles would not become repeated offenders.