Are you a young person who has stopped committing crime?

Archived Expires 31 December, 2017
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Kia ora, I am interviewing young people about their experiences of giving up crime. I am interested in what that experience is like and how we might use your experiences to help other young people who may be in the process of, or thinking about giving up crime.



Information Sheet 2015-revised
This study is open to and in aged 18 to 25
Healthy volunteers included


To participate you must:


·         Be between 18 and 25 years old


·         Be English speaking


·         Have committed at least 1 of the following crimes (a formal conviction is not a requirement):


o    Theft (more serious than shoplifting a few things)


o    Burglary


o    Theft of a car, or theft from a car


o    Robbery


o    Assault (more serious than a group fight where people may have agreed to fight you)


o    Drug dealing


o    Extortion


·         Have stopped committing crime for at least 1 year.


·         Use and/or used social media