Crime Starts Early: Research

Boys convicted of crimes are more likely to be jailed for subsequent offences in adulthood, says research by the Department of Public Safety. Career criminals typically cost taxpayers $1.4 million by age 30, by official estimate: “Getting convicted tends to be followed by an increase in offending.”

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