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NCJ Number: 39492 Find in a Library
Title: EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATIONAL AND CORRECTIVE MEASURES APPLIED BY THE COURTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS AGAINST JUVENILES LIVING IN THE WARSAW (POLAND) DISTRICT
Journal: ZESZYTY NAUKOWE  Issue:1  Dated:(1974)  Pages:128-142
Author(s): P WIERZBICKI
Corporate Author: Wydawnictwo Prawnicze
Ul. Wisniowa 50
Poland
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 15
Format: Article
Language: Polish
Country: Poland
Annotation: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF FOLLOW-UP STUDIES ON 1163 MALES WHO WERE SENTENCED WITH EDUCATIONAL OR CORRECTIONAL MEASURES BY THE POLISH COURTS IN 1966 WHILE THEY WERE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 13 AND 17.
Abstract: FOLLOW-UP RESEARCH CARRIED OUT IN 1970 EVALUATED THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THREE LEVELS OF SANCTION (PROBATION, DETENTION, AND MEASURES WITHOUT DETENTION OR PROBATION), IN TERMS OF RECIDIVISM BY THE OFFENDERS. RECIDIVISM IN THE FIRST GROUP WAS 10 PERCENT, IN THE SECOND GROUP 37 PERCENT, AND IN THE THIRD GROUP 53 PERCENT. RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MADE FOR THE APPLICATION OF EACH TYPE OF SANCTION. --IN POLISH. SUMMARIES IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN...TL
Index Term(s): Effectiveness; Juvenile correctional education; Juvenile courts; Juvenile Recidivism; Juvenile residential treatment centers; Poland; Sentencing/Sanctions
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