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6 Factors That May Lead to Recidivism
6 Factors That May Lead to Recidivism

What May Cause a Person to Commit Crimes? Criminogenic needs are factors in a criminal offender’s life that may be directly related to recidivism, or the tendency of a convicted criminal to re-offend. Developed in the 1980s, the term “criminogenic needs” specifically refers ...

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