Theft and Assault children's biggest fears, according to research


According to the Children's Society annual report, which surveyed 3000 people, theft and assault are children's biggest fears.

Among 10 to 17-year-olds, almost 40% worry about crime and are particularly scared of theft, being followed by a stranger or being assaulted. The Children's Society wants the government to issue more funding to help vulnerable children.

However, despite the high number of children who worry about being a victim of crime, the crime figures do not reflect the fear, with only 17% of children reporting that they had been a victim of a 

After that, parental debt and money struggles damage children's happiness the most, the charity's annual Good Childhood Report found.

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