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Frequently Asked Questions About : Shoplifting and Theft

by Liz Sonneborn

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According to the National Crime Prevention Council, nearly 24 percent of shoplifters who have been arrested are teenagers between the ages of thirteen and seventeen. Chances are, a young person you know has shoplifted or is considering it. This book addresses all the issues on the subject in an empathizing, supportive tone, while imparting the message that shoplifting is not the answer. Readers learn the short and long-term impact of getting caught, and how shoplifting plays a role in self-esteem and a larger role in our economy. The book's final chapter describes programs that can help people stop shoplifting.13 yrs+Teenage Life.Shoplifting.Crimes;… (more)

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