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Table 3 Multivariate prediction models of offending and re-offending

From: Individual, family and offence characteristics of high risk childhood offenders: comparing non-offending, one-time offending and re-offending Dutch-Moroccan migrant children in the Netherlands

  B(SE) Wald p Odds (95% CI)
Controls/one-time offenders     
   Single parent 1.814 (.833) 4.738 .030 6.0 (1.2-31.4)
   Financial problems 1.352 (.513) 6.941 .008 3.9 (1.4-10.6)
   Low positive parenting(child report) -1.174 (.513) 5.246 .022 .31 (.11-.84)
   Overall model: χ2 19.003(3), p < .001, Nagelkerke R2 .266
One-time offenders/re-offenders     
   Reading problems 1.346 (.604) 4.970 .026 3.8 (1.2- 12.5)
   Older brother 1.700 (.687) 6.112 .013 5.5 (1.4-21.1)
   Parent Dutch friends 1.466 (.539) 7.406 .007 4.3 (1.5-12.4)
   Overall model: χ2 18.749(3), p < .001, Nagelkerke R2 .282
Re-offenders/controls     
   Reading problems 2.636 (.883) 8.911 .003 14.0 (2.5-78.8)
   Older brother 2.444 (.957) 6.522 .011 11.5 (1.8-75.1)
   Financial problems 1.777 (.816) 4.745 .029 5.9 (1.2-29.2)
   Parent Dutch friends 2.638 (.874) 9.119 .003 14.0 (2.5-77.5)
   Overall model: χ2 44.369(4), p < .001, Nagelkerke R2 .616