i have done most of the work i just need help with the conclusion and recommendation

i have done most of the work i just need help with the conclusion and recommendation
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Introduction This research project is about male adolescents between the age of eleven and eighteen, it explores youth and gangs, gang crimes, and the justice system. The purpose of this project is to gain an insight on youth crime and crime gang and also look at how the criminal justice system plays a role on youth who offend. Another critical purpose is to see how the justice system responds to offending youth, and what is put in place to prevent youth from reoffending. The reason for choosing this topic is because over recent years crime amongst youth has risen, especially knife and gun crime. (Citizens Report UK, 2012) The rise of youth crime, bought and interest and insight of wondering why such crimes was happening and how society and the government had an impact on such behaviours and what has actually been put in place so that such crimes committed by youths were not as high. Project structure Methodology: This will summarise the process of the secondary data collected for this project, as well as research approaches, data strategies and ethics. Chapter one: This chapter begins by defining the term youth/adolescence. The gender that will be focused on will be males. It will describe what happens during puberty. The physical changes, and the sociological changes. This chapter will then go on to define cognitive development and labelling theory in male adolescents. Chapter two: Gangs This chapter will define the term gang, it will also discuss how gangs form, what criminal activities gangs participate in and adolescent gang crime statistics. Chapter three: Criminal justice system This chapter will discuss the British youth justice system. It will explore all the acts that relate to an adolescent and crime and the system. This chapter will go on to discuss the different sentences that an offending adolescent could be sentenced with. Conclusion: The discussion from chapters two and three will be summarised here. Suggested recommendations will be…