When it comes to crackdown on youth crimes, equipping parents with parental skills seems to be the best solution. From my perspective, while that can play an important role in eliminating young criminals, the most effective answer should be the combination with other alternatives.

On the one hand, there are certain reasons to believe that parents with good parental skills can minimize juvenile crimes. Parents are likely to have a great impact on children's behaviours. Crimes among juveniles, in fact, are mainly the result of inappropriate child rearing, lack of childcare and education about consequences of committing crimes. Therefore, offering courses which train parents skills such as to be good role models, to be good listeners or trustworthy friends of their children may be really necessary and helpful. By witnessing exemplary behaviours of their parents daily, children would be naturally shaped a perception of how they should behave as well as be more aware of avoiding being involved in crimes.

On the other hand, the influence of parents solely is not enough since it must be combined simultaneously with other methods to combat the issue. Either kids or adolescents nowadays spend much of their time at school hence they are also easily affected by their counterparts. For instance, in Vietnam, there are many cases students are implacated in violence, smoking, drinking alcohol by their friends at school and all of which are primary contributors to crimes at young age. On account of that, it is schools' responsibility to organize activities that can attract students plus educate them about adverse effects of committing crimes on themselves and the society.

In conclusion, I believe that educating parents about parental skills is an effective way to tackle the problem of juvenile delinquency yet it need to be carried out in accompany with others to achieve the best result.

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I'm so sorry because of putting the essay instruction in the "Subject" line. This is my first post in this forum. I will read your comments in previous posts more carefully.

When it comes to cracking down crackdown on youth crimes, equipping parents with parental skills seems to be the best solution. From my perspective, while that can play an important role in eliminating young criminals, (This means that you will kill the kids who are criminals.) the most effective answer should be the combination with other alternatives.

On the one hand, there are certain reasons to believe that parents with good parental skills can minimize juvenile crimes. Parents are likely to have a great impact on their children's behaviours. Crimes among juveniles, in fact, are mainly the result of inappropriate child rearing, lack of childcare and education about the consequences of committing crimes. Therefore, offering courses which train give parents skills such as how to be good role models, to be good listeners or trustworthy friends of their children may be really necessary and helpful. By witnessing the exemplary behaviours of their parents daily, children would be naturally trained in shaped a perception of how they should behave as well as be more aware of avoiding being involved in crimes.

On the other hand, the influence of parents solely is not enough since it must be combined simultaneously with other methods to combat the issue. Either kids or adolescents nowadays spend much of their time at school hence they are also easily affected by their classmates counterparts. For instance, in Vietnam, there are many cases of students who are implacated enticed into violence, smoking, (missing word) drinking alcohol by their friends at school and all of which (wrong word) are primary contributors to crimes at (missing word) young age. On account of that, it is (missing word) schools' responsibility to organize activities that can attract students plus educate them about adverse effects of committing crimes on themselves and the society.

In conclusion, I believe that educating parents about parental skills is an effective way to tackle the problem of juvenile delinquency yet it need to be carried out in accompany with others to achieve the best result.

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"all of which" = "violence, smoking and drinking alcohol". The sentence contains "students", "friends at school" and "violence, smoking and drinking alcohol" (I mean many plural forms) so I'm confused how can I correct this mistake.

hongngoc2702"all of which" =

The nearest antecedent is "friends." You have to use "whom" to reference "friends." If you want to refer to "violence, smoking and drinking", you have to change the order of the words. You have to move "by their friends" to come before "violence, smoking...". Then the pronoun will naturally refer to these things, not "friends."

I have made some minor changes to make the English better.

For instance, in Vietnam, there are many cases of students who are enticed by their school friends into violence, smoking and drinking alcohol, all of which are associated with youthful criminal activities. 
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