This study aims to analyze the types and causes of juvenile crime and to prepare preventive measures.
Juvenile crime is shown in the form of violent crime, property crime, and traffic crime. Robust crime is mainly a sex crime, and the desire for physical development, character problems and immature psychological development are caused by a harmful environment. Violent crime is impulsive violence without clear purpose or motive, such as bullying. Property crime was a part of irrational thinking, excessive consumption tendency, and theft to prepare entertainment expenses. Traffic crimes are associated with a tendency to enjoy adventure in adolescence. The causes of juvenile crime are as follows: First, the family environment is caused by the absence of a parenting environment and character problem. Second, the school environment is caused by stress from excessive competition. Third, adolescents may be influenced by harmful environmental factors. Fourth, the juvenile law has shown that juvenile crime is lighter in sentence than adult crime. The preventive measures are as follows: First, parents are responsible for raising their children correctly. Second, schools should make efforts to cultivate talented people. Third, a healthy social environment must be made for young people. Fourth, the Youth Protection Act and the Juvenile Act should make efforts to reduce juvenile crime. Above all, there is a need for a unified system to manage juvenile offenders over the long term. Finally, members of our society must accept youth offenders with love rather than prejudice.