23 October 2007

Beyond Stranger Danger

[J]uvenile sexual assault victims know their perpetrator a staggering 93 percent of the time. Often, it's a family member. Frequently, it's another child. Rarely is it a stranger.

More here.

Also notable: "In studies... it has been established that about six percent of the boys of a given age will commit half or more of all the serious crime produced by all boys of that age[.]" Crime, James Q. Wilson (1995).

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