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Juvenile crime down in Florida


According to Florida’s Department of Juvenile Justice, adolescent deliquency has declined for the past several years.  The state defines juvenile delinquency as any illegal acts commited by a youth under the age of 18. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s, Stephanie Bechara talked to DJJ spokesman, CJ Drake about this drop in crime due to the alternatives being offered to teens.

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