Self-Reporting of Youth Delinquency in the Balkans and Beyond: Results of the ISRD3 International Self-Reporting Study of Delinquency in the Context of Violence, Victimization, and Substance Abuse in Comparative Aspects
national and international comparison, ISRD-3, police data, self-publications, victimization
This article publications on the first results of the third International Self-Publikation Study of Delinquency ISRD-3 a large international collaborative study of delinquency and victimization of 14- to 18-year-old students The analysis is based on a sub-sample of the data set 2060 respondents from 4 cities in the Republic of Kosovo The prevalence rate of the main categories of delinquency in comparison to individual countries participating in ISRD3 as well as for 6 groups of countries are presented as well as data on experiences of victimization theft and robbery extortion Using different measures we have compared the data with our country where there are significant differences in the level and type of offense found between groups of countries such as Europe America and other countries In this article we compare the rates of offending and victimization found by ISRD-3 with other main sources of national statistics available in the Republic of Kosovo based on the police and the prosecutor The article concludes with implications and suggestions for further research
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