Date:30.05.2017, 17:16 Fact sheet: Youth violence Publications and campaign materials. Preventing youth violence: an overview of the evidence. Infographic Arabic pdf, 2.62Mb Infographic Chinese pdf, 2.16Mb Infographic English pdf, 4.81Mb Infographic French pdf, 1.97Mb. There are some factors that make individual teens more likely to be involved in teen violence: Teens who are involved in gangs or drugs are more likely to be the victims or perpetrators of teen violence than other teens. The time just after school gets out is the most dangerous for teens, especially if that time is spent away from the supervision of responsible adults. Teens who have trouble coping with problems in healthy ways are more likely to be. Eighty three percent of homicide victims in this age group are male, and nearly all of these deaths occur in low-income and middle-income countries. For each young person killed, many more sustain injuries requiring hospital treatment.