criminogenic

[krim-uh-nuh-jen-ik]
adjective
producing or tending to produce crime or criminals: a criminogenic environment.
Also, crimogenic [krahy-muh-jen-ik] .


Origin:
crimin(al) + -o- + -genic

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criminogenic (ˌkrɪmɪnəˈdʒɛnɪk)
 
adj
causing or promoting crime

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Example sentences
Criminogenic needs are dynamic risk factors that are strongly correlated with
  failure in traditional forms of rehabilitation.
The treatment recommendations are designed to impact the high criminogenic risk
  areas.
These criminogenic needs are dynamic risk factors, that when addressed, affect
  the offender's risk for recidivism.
These criminogenic needs are dynamic risk factors that, when addressed or
  changed, affect the offender's risk for recidivism.
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