Autism and Crime

People with Autism Spectrum Disorder may have characteristics that could make them both more likely, and less likely, to break the law.  They may have trouble with aggression, controlling strong emotions, and understanding other people's perspectives. Despite the public interest in people with autism as criminals, they are more likely to be the victims, due to their instability. 

Autism and crime is a sensitive topic.Children with disabilities are about three times more likely to be the victims of abuse or neglect than normal children.12 Children with autism are bullied more often than other children, although they can occasionally be bullies themselves.

  • Vulnerability in Autism
  • Conviction in Autism
  • Forensic Considerations of Autism
  • Law Enforcement for Autism

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