de la Fuente said that there are about 10,000 business and real property tax delinquents
taxpayers on the list face an array of consequences, including:
Calls for harsher punishment fail to address these developmental handicaps facing juvenile delinquents
. Evidence indicates that harsh sanctions (institutionalization, incarceration) exert a negative "criminogenic" effect - it reduces educational and employment opportunities yet increases bonding with delinquent
peers and is thus more likely to lead to continued criminal involvement.
He added that the public auction would be the first comprehensive one involving delinquent
properties since 2013.
Results indicated that EI is low in high delinquent
tendencies group (t= 9.521, p less than .001).
Khurshid and Rehman conducted a study on juvenile delinquents
and found that delinquents
belonging to lower socioeconomic class have lower self-esteem, than those belonging to middle socio-economic class.
(2001) found no differences in socioeconomic status between nondelinquents, adolescence-limited delinquents
, and persistent delinquents
The findings matched those of previous studies, where a gap was identified between the verbal abilities and the operational abilities of delinquents
(Grace & Sweeney, 1986; Hubble & Gross, 1981; Kaufman, 1990).
The number of banking sector credit delinquents
increased 284,102 or 14.68 percent after Kookmin Bank and Kookmin Credit Card credit information systems were integrated, while those in the credit card sector decreased 407,575 or 22.75 percent.
"There appears to be a linear relationship between blood lead levels and the number of reported delinquent
acts from the lowest levels of exposure to the highest," Dietrich says.
The police exercised enormous discretionary authority over juveniles at the bottom layer of the juvenile justice "wedding cake." When the police encountered delinquents
on the streets and in the station houses, they were generally free to choose among several possible courses of action in making two critical decisions: whether to make an arrest and how to proceed following an arrest.
Parents of juvenile delinquents
should be required to attend a parenting course.