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NCJ Number: 27617 Find in a Library
Title: JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN FRANCE
Journal: NOTES ET ETUDES DOCUMENTAIRES  Issue:3987-3988  Dated:(MAY 15 1973)
Author(s): H MICHARD
Corporate Author: Documentation Francaise
31, Quai Voltaire
France
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 63
Format: Article
Language: French
Country: France
Annotation: OVERVIEW OF THE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PROBLEM IN FRANCE, COVERING THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE PEHNOMENON, JUVENILE DELINQUENCY FACTORS, PAST AND PRESENT LAWS CONCERNED WITH JUVENILES, AND REEDUCATION EFFORTS.
Abstract: THE WORK OF THE INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED IN THE REEDUCATION OF JUVENILES CAN BE EXPECTED TO UNDERGO SOME NEEDED ALTERATIONS. IN THE FIRST PLACE, THE SEPARATION BETWEEN THE PERSONALITY STUDY AND THE REEDUCATION PHASES MUST BE MADE LESS DISTINCT. IN THE SECOND PLACE, SPECIALIZATION BY REEDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN ONE CATEGORY OF CLIENTELE SHOULD BE REDUCED. IN THE THIRD PLACE, THE NUMBER OF INTERRUPTIONS IN THE REEDUCATION PROCESS MUST BE REDUCED. IN THE FOURTH PLACE, THE ROLE OF THE JUDGE IN THE REEDUCATION PROCESS MUST BE EXPANDED. IN THE FIFTH PLACE, THE REEDUCATION INSTITUTIONS MUST ACCEPT DIFFICULT CASES AND NOT LEAVE THEM TO BE HANDLED BY THE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS. FINALLY, IN THE SIXTH PLACE, INSTITUTIONS PROBABLY SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO SPECIALIZE IN JUVENILE DELINQUENTS BUT SHOULD ACCEPT ALL JUVENILES IN NEED OF REEDUCATION. --IN FRENCH
Index Term(s): Education; France; Juvenile correctional education; Juvenile delinquency factors; Juvenile detention; Juvenile processing; Juvenile rehabilitation; Juvenile/Youth Gangs; Laws and Statutes
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