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Table 14Percentage and costs of offences committed by adolescent re-offenders

Type of offencePercentage1Cost (£, 2007 prices)Source of cost
Violence (serious)0.4845,686Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Violence (non serious)19.809,180Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Robbery2.618,298Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Public order or riot9.901,671Godfrey et al., 2002
Sexual0.2235,825Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Sexual (child)0.0835,825Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Soliciting or prostitution0.001,671Godfrey et al., 2002
Domestic burglary2.893,724Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Other burglary2.873,373Brand & Price, 2000
Theft13.65722Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Handling1.501,671Godfrey et al., 2002
Fraud and forgery0.841,874Brand & Price, 2000
Absconding or bail offences4.591,671Godfrey et al., 2002
Taking and driving away and related offences3.664,715Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Theft from vehicles1.43978Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Other motoring offences10.721,840Department of Transport, 2007
Drink driving0.65200Assumption
Criminal or malicious damage13.76987Dubourg & Hamed, 2005
Drugs import/export/production/supply0.294,308Godfrey et al., 2002
Drugs possession/small scale supply4.511,671Godfrey et al., 2002
Other5.541,500Assumption
TOTAL100.003,639
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Source: Ministry of Justice, 2008b;

Total weighted cost (100.00)

Total weighted cost (100.00)

From: 5, INTERVENTIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER

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