Stock photography. New studies show that alcohol and drug abuse can lead to juvenile offenses.
In a recent study in the University of Gothenburg, adolescents, who use alcohol and drugs, use minor risks to criminal behavior.
"It is easy to understand that previous research has been used in drugs or a strong relationship with drugs, which can then be used and eventually a criminal development," said Rosal Turner, a social work doctor student, in a press release.
On the other hand, researchers have found another connection. Young people who have already committed a crime are at higher risk for criminal, alcohol and drug abuse.
After study, 2 300 youngsters in Sweden have given priority to Elementary School Grade 6 to Upper Secondary School Grade II.