Every generation has complained about anti-social behaviour among young people, but is the problem on the increase?
In our Monday debate, we looked at what is causing teenagers and young people to partake in anti-social behaviour and criminal activity, and what can be done to stop it.
How early in a child's life can the problem start, and how much is parenting to blame?
Do we need to improve our systems of engagement and provide more recreational facilities for young people, particularly in rural areas?
Social Democrats co-leader Róisín Shorthall, clinical psychologist Dr Mark Harrold, USI President Síona Cahill and Liam Herrick, executive director of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, joined us to debate the issue.