Perceptions of police-juvenile contact predicts self-reported offending in adolescent males
Evidence suggests that positive experiences with the police can foster attitudes of respect towards the justice system that can reduce an adolescents’ propensity to commit later illegal behaviors. To advance prior work, we tested whether this association might be stronger for those adolescents who a...
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Psychology, crime & law
Year: 2019, Volume: 25, Issue: 10, Pages: 963-976
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