Juvenile crimes in Japan

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    Juvenile Crimes
    "In 1990 over 52 percent of persons arrested for criminal offenses (other than negligent homicide or injuries) were juveniles. Over 70 percent of the juveniles arrested were charged with larceny, mainly shoplifting and theft of motorcycles and bicycles. In 2002, 202,417 people under the age of 20 were arrested or taken into custody, up 1.7 percent from the previous year." according to The Japan Times: Nov. 29, 2003.
    An important factor keeping crime low is the traditional emphasis on the individual as a member of groups to which he or she must not bring shame. Within these groups--family, friends, and associates at work or school--a Japanese citizen has social rights and obligations, derives valued emotional support, and meets powerful expectations to conform. These informal social sanctions display remarkable potency despite competing values in a changing society. Other important factors keeping the crime rate low are the prosperous economy and a strict and effective weapons control law. Ownership of handguns is forbidden to the public, hunting rifles and ceremonial swords are registered with the police, and the manufacture and sale of firearms are regulated. The production and sale of live and blank ammunition are also controlled, as are the transportation and importation of all weapons. Crimes are seldom committed with firearms.
    Despite of these factors for keeping crimes low, juvenile crimes are increasing. Youths dropping out of school or being unable to

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    Juvenile Crimes
    "In 1990 over 52 percent of persons arrested for criminal offenses (other than negligent homicide or injuries) were juveniles. Over 70 percent of the juveniles arrested were charged with larceny, mainly shoplifting and theft of motorcycles and bicycles. In 2002, 202,417 people under the age of 20 were arrested or taken into custody, up 1.7 percent from the previous year." according to The Japan Times: Nov. 29, 2003.
    An important factor keeping crime low is the traditional emphasi..

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