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NCJ Number: 90710 Find in a Library
Title: Study on Relationships Between School and Police About Delinquency Prevention Activities
Journal: National Research Institute of Police Science  Volume:20  Issue:1  Dated:(September 1979)  Pages:71-80
Author(s): K Komiyama; E Hoshi; T Tsuchiya
Date Published: 1979
Page Count: 10
Format: Article
Language: Japanese
Country: Japan
Annotation: The study investigated what teachers thought concerning the relationships between school and police in terms of delinquency activities.
Abstract: By means of random sampling, 202 public secondary schools in the Tokyo metropolitan area were chosen. Principals or the guidance counselors were asked to fill out a questionnaire. It was observed that meetings were held regularly between public secondary schools and the competent police authorities concerned; teachers of the schools seemed to find those meetings useful in treating juvenile delinquents. Teachers felt that it would be better if the police could inform them more of the juveniles under the police guidance. While treating the juvenile delinquents in the school, teachers felt that family members of the juveniles were not as cooperative as they expected and that there should be more suitable ways of treating juvenile delinquents in the school. Tables and references are provided. (Author abstract modified)
Index Term(s): Educators; Japan; Police juvenile relations; School delinquency programs
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