Convictions, careless mistakes, and just a little bit of ̈fun ̈. These are what many teens ages 13-17 go through. Sometimes teens are with their friends and they want to fit in or to be the cool guy they end up committing a crime. Many teens go through difficult times, so they need guidance and help so they can stay out of trouble.
Some of the crimes include the vandalism of property, gun violence, cyberbullying, illegal use of drugs, drunk driving, and in some states running away from home. The big word that we are going to focus on is the word influence. This word is everything during teen years. If a teen has a parent that is addicted to drugs or alcohol then the teen is at a higher risk of becoming addicted themselves. Another thing is that if the teens friends are doing inappropriate things such as drugs and alcohol then the teen is more likely than not going to be doing these things. Teens that are not cared for properly are many times captured by the evils of society. Drugs and alcohol are the main leaders of this evil. They cause young teenagers with bright futures to have to live life behind bars and not get to live a nice normal life. When behind bars juveniles are opened to real life and are mistreated way too young. They get cold-hearted and forget what it means to really live freely. When teens commit crimes over half of the time it is without knowing how much trouble they would get into when doing the act of crime. Other times more than likely they are with bad friends who have convinced them to do something that the young ignorant teen has decided to do.
We should educate and handle our youths better in and outside of the classroom. Teachers can only do so much to where the parents have a great amount of control over the teen. We as a whole should do something about these teens. The amount of juveniles crimes increases tremendously over the years. And when the numbers do go down it isn’t for very long. As a community or city, we should make sure there are more plants are that the place doesn’t look like it is in ruins because this can have an effect on our youth. Turning the kind-hearted future of America into cold-blooded killers. Let’s make a difference because every second matter. Adolescent wrongdoing is one of the country’s atrocious issues. Worry about it is generally shared by bureaucratic, state, and nearby government authorities and by people in general. This is an ongoing issue, this worry has developed through time and is getting worse. Adolescent viciousness started in the mid-1980s and topped in the mid-1990s. Although adolescent wrongdoing rates seem to have fallen since the mid-1990s, this lessening has not reduced the worry. Numerous states started taking a harder authoritative position toward adolescents in the late 1970s and mid-1980s, a period during which adolescent wrongdoing rates were steady or falling somewhat, and government reformers were optimistic and so they reduced correctional measures. A portion of the conflict between the government plan and what was occurring in the states around then may have been brought about by huge changes in legitimate methods that made adolescent court forms increasingly numerous – however not indistinguishable – to those in criminal court. The fundamental reaction to the latest spike in vicious adolescent wrongdoing has been sanctioning of laws that further obscure differentiations between adolescent courts and grown-up courts. States kept on toughening their adolescent wrongdoing laws as of the late 1900s, making condemning progressively reformatory, growing admissible exchanges to criminal (grown-up) court, or getting rid of a portion of the privacy protections of adolescent court.
Numerous such changes were established after the adolescent savage wrongdoing rate had just started to fall. The rehabilitative model typified in the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, concentrating on the requirements of the youthful guilty party, has lost perpetually ground in the course of recent years to correctional models that emphasize for the most part on the offense submitted. Government arrangements on adolescent wrongdoing must regularly battle with the suitable equalization of worry over the sound advancement of youngsters and teenagers who disregard the law and an open want to rebuff hoodlums. This strain among restoration and discipline when managing kids and youths who perpetrate violations brings about a conflicted direction toward youthful wrongdoers. Criminal acts must be stifled, denounced, and rebuffed. By the by, kids and youths who carry out criminal acts must be taught and bolstered in a development procedure that should be the goal of government arrangement for every youngster, including youthful crime committers. What I strongly believe we should do about our youth is educate or punish them in a more productive way. I say this because we punish or teens either too harshly or too soft. We either put them down too hard to a point where they have raged stored up inside or were too soft and they think they can just walk all over anyone.