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Crime > Convictions > Juveniles: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Number of juveniles who were convicted of a crime in the given year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Germany 50,525 2006
2 France 39,059 2006
3 Poland 27,419 2006
4 Sweden 25,390 2006
5 Turkey 22,596 2006
6 Thailand 18,799 2006
7 Spain 16,229 2006
8 Scotland 14,650 2006
9 Switzerland 14,045 2006
10 Ukraine 13,939 2006
11 Australia 12,856 2006
12 Netherlands 11,415 2006
13 Finland 10,874 2006
NATO countries average (profile) 9,188.04 2006
European Union average (profile) 9,067.28 2006
14 Portugal 8,761 2006
Eurozone average (profile) 8,693.94 2006
15 Denmark 7,250 2006
16 Hungary 7,059 2006
17 Romania 6,145 2006
18 Belarus 5,812 2006
19 Bulgaria 3,408 2006
20 Austria 2,889 2006
21 Italy 2,869 2006
22 Slovakia 1,584 2006
23 Latvia 1,350 2006
24 Lithuania 1,240 2006
25 Estonia 1,181 2006
26 Croatia 974 2006
27 Norway 864 2006
28 New Zealand 560 2006
29 Slovenia 511 2006
30 Belgium 485 2006
31 Albania 274 2006
32 Turkmenistan 141 2006
33 Iceland 118 2006
34 Malta 48 2006
35 Tajikistan 34 2006
36 Luxembourg 9 2006
37 Ireland 6 2006
38 Singapore 4 2006
39 Cyprus 2 2006

Citation

"Countries Compared by Crime > Convictions > Juveniles. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control International Statistics on Crime and Justice, 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Convictions/Juveniles

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