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NCJ Number: 31447 Find in a Library
Title: JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - A STUDY OF THE PROBLEM IN SPAIN
Project Director: A SERRANO GOMEZ
Date Published: 1972
Page Count: 314
Sponsoring Agency: Secretaria General Tecnica Del Ministerio de la Gobernacion
Madrid, Spain
Publication Number: COLECCION ESTUDIOS NUM 14
Sale Source: Secretaria General Tecnica Del Ministerio de la Gobernacion
Madrid,
Spain
Type: Conference Material
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
Annotation: THIRTEEN PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SECOND AND THIRD COURSE COLLOQUIA ON JUVENILE DELINQUENCY HELD AT THE INSTITUTE OF POLICE STUDIES, JUNE 22-27, 1970 AND JUNE 21-26, 1971, PLUS 17 MAJOR CONCLUSIONS FROM THESE CONFERENCES.
Abstract: PART ONE CONTAINS TWO PAPERS WHICH GIVE A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PROBLEM IN SPAIN AND PERTINENT STATUTES. PART TWO GROUPS FOUR PAPERS WHICH EXAMINE BOTH INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIOECONOMIC CAUSES OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY. THE FIVE PAPERS IN PART THREE DISCUSS JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND CONTROL AND HIGHLIGHT THE NEED FOR SPECIALLY-TRAINED TEACHERS FOR THE MALADJUSTED. CONFERENCE RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION COVER THE NEED FOR SPECIAL POLICE YOUTH UNITS, EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION OF JUVENILES PLACED ON PAROLE, AND PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS ON THE DANGERS OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS. --IN SPANISH
Index Term(s): Juvenile delinquency factors; Juvenile delinquency prevention; Juvenile justice planning; Spain; Workshops and seminars
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