Juveniles Between Crime and Justice


  • Mirseda Shehdula Msc., As/Lecturer, Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences Department of Law, "Aleksander Moisiu" Durres University.
  • Joniada Musaraj Prof.As.Dr. Lecturer Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences Department of Law "Aleksander Moisiu" Durres University




juvenile, crimes, parent, prevention


In this study, is discussed the relationship between young people and their possibility to commit crimes. It is also studied what are the determining factors that show that a special category of young people is more predisposed to commit crimes. It has been seen that the role of the parent is more important and that together with social policies, criminal offenses by young people can be prevented. Criminal acts must be suppressed, condemned, and punished. Nevertheless, children and adolescents who commit criminal acts must be educated and supported in a growth process that should be the objective of government policy for all young people, including young offenders. The study seeks to prove that vices such as drugs, alcohol and illegal gambling are among the main factors that lead a young person to commit a crime. The study was carried out using the quantitative and qualitative method of scientific research.


Received: 25 December 2023 / Accepted: 25 February 2024 / Published: 23 April 2024




How to Cite

Shehdula, M., & Musaraj, J. (2024). Juveniles Between Crime and Justice. Interdisciplinary Journal of Research and Development, 11(1 S1), 149. https://doi.org/10.56345/ijrdv11n1s123