Mathews Journal of Forensic Research


Previous Issues Volume 3, Issue 1 - 2022

The Role of the Family in Preventing Youth Crimes

Hassan Mohammadi Nevisi*

Associate Professor at SMC University, Switzerland

*Corresponding author: Hassan Mohammadi Nevisi, Associate Professor at SMC University, Switzerland, Phone: +989124511132; Email: [email protected]

Received Date: October 24, 2022

Published Date: November 04, 2022

Citation: Nevisi HM. (2022). The Role of the Family in Preventing Youth Crimes. Mathews J Foren. 3(1):9.

Copyrights: Nevisi HM. © (2022).


Delinquency is a social phenomenon and has a social background, although biological, psychological, geographical, ethnic, racial and other factors play a very important role in the formation and occurrence of delinquency, explaining the problem based on the social environment factor, renewing the attitude in the society. It is social science, especially the functioning of the smallest and most important social institution, the family, which plays an important role in cooperation and harmonizing the normative behaviors of people with the social environment. In the article, we examine the role of the family as a factor and obstacle to juvenile delinquency (relying on order in the family) and youth crimes. This work is especially important in terms of limiting the factors investigated in a scientific work, because it is not possible to consider and examine all dimensions and angles accurately in a research work. If the family can be an important factor in delinquency. And the unfavorable conditions to raise the delinquent, in the same proportion, the existence of favorable conditions in the family made the mental, emotional, psychological and social development of the teenager possible, which is the most important step in the prevention of delinquency.

Keywords: Family, Crime, Youth, Preventing, Youth Crimes

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