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NCJ Number: 31195 Find in a Library
Title: RESPONSIBILITY OF MINORS IN MORALS OFFENSES (FROM FRONTIERS OF REPRESSION, PART 1, NEGLIGENCE, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LAW, EASTERN-BLOC COUNTRIES - SEE NCJ-31189)
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Parc Leopold
Editions de L'universite de
Bruxelles
Belgium
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 5
Format: Document
Language: French
Country: Belgium
Annotation: INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM IN THE SOVIET UNION FOR PROCESSING JUVENILES INVOLVED IN SEXUAL OFFENSES, HOOLIGANISM, PROSTITUTION, PORNOGRAPHY, AND ACTIVITIES CONTRIBUTING TO DELINQUENCY BY JUVENILES.
Abstract: A UNIQUE FEATURE OF THE SYSTEM ARE THE COMMISSIONS FOR CASES OF MINORS COMPOSED OF ELECTED MEMBERS OF GOVERNING COUNCILS (SOVIETS) AND REPRESENTATIVES OF UNIONS, COMMUNIST YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS, SCHOOLS, HEALTH AND WELFARE AGENCIES, AND OTHER PUBLIC AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS. THE COMMISSIONS COORDINATE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY DETERRENCE AND PREVENTION AND OVERSEE JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL CONDITIONS. ALSO DESCRIBED ARE BASIC SANCTIONS AND MEASURES IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM. --IN FRENCH
Index Term(s): Juvenile court diversion; Juvenile justice system; Moral-decency crimes; Pornography; Prostitution; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
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