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In 1995 the American juvenile crime rate for 10-24 year olds was at a staggering high of 8508 per 100000 people After a 6 year period there was a major decrease of 1759 juveniles which were becoming involved in and committing crimes CDC Crime in America has always had and will always have an impact of the society in which people are a part of but will the rate continue to decrease If more programs were created and presented to teenagers in order to hold their attention while they are in high school and show them there is so much more they could apply themselves too the rate could drop In 2010 the top five leading causes of death among teens who were 15-19 years old were listed as unintentional injuries homicide suicide malignant neoplasms and heart disease Some may ask how can homicide and suicide become the second and third highest cause of death for 15-19 year olds For a teenager to become involved in a crime such as homicide or even think about committing suicide at such a young age is astonishing Teenagers from the age of 15-19 have so much life to live just to head down the wrong path would be purposeless A year after this list was released the non-fatal assault-related injuries for 10-24 year olds were 14965 for males and 9979 for females per 100000 CDCAlthough the crime rate for American juvenile delinquents has been on a steady decrease there are still teens who are becoming involved in criminal activities During 2012 there were numerous arrest trends for teenagers under the age of 18 The males which were involved in the crimes committed were shown at a rate of 6028378 which is a decrease of 38 but could continue to decline with assistance As far as females there rate was shown at 2140934 which does not seem nearly
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