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US News TRIBUNE. When anti-terrorism tramples on juvenile justice

21:45  05 december  2020
21:45  05 december  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

Jean-Marc Rouillan fixed on December 14 on a possible return to prison

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The Combating Terrorism Act revives two measures included in the Anti - Terrorism Act of December 2001 that lapsed in 2007 under a “sunset clause” Some establishment voices have spoken out against the Combating Terrorism Act, but Canada’s elite overwhelmingly supports the trampling of

But when wielded by an administration which has proven time and time again its penchant for trampling on human rights and silencing critics (please see the link to the UN report below), the proposed Anti -Terrorosm Act is indeed very troubling, from a human rights standpoint.

L'avocat Nabil Boudi déplore © Sipa

Lawyer Nabil Boudi deplores "the abandonment of the principle of the preeminence of education over repressive" in the face of the terrorist threat.

The forum: "Since 1945, the ordinance relating to juvenile delinquency has made the education of our children prevail over their repression. Although it has undergone many changes, some of which are very regrettable, the heart of this philosophy has always held. But today, France is confronted with a new threat which upsets our conception of justice: terrorism. Faced with this scourge which, in addition to massacring the innocent, attacks the conscience of the youngest , we have allowed fear to numb our collective vigilance to leave an increasing place for false remedies that dishonor our history and betray our most elementary principles.

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Start studying Juvenile Justice . Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Juvenile justice practitioners struggle with dilemmas, including: how many resources to devote to minor offenders versus serious offenders.

2001. Juvenile Crime, Juvenile Justice . Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9747. However, at a later follow-up, when the children were between 5 and 8 years of age, no significant differences were observed between children in both intervention groups and those in the

Since 2015, the reforms adopted in this area have continued to confirm our renouncements. last to date is not the least worrying. In recent days, I had the responsibility to ensure the defense of a young minor high school student who, for remarks that one must obviously disapprove of r on the merits but which remain only simple words, spent more than seven hours in police custody and was excluded from his school. The disproportionate criminal and disciplinary treatment to which this young high school student was subjected testifies to the abandonment of the principle of the preeminence of the educational over the repressive.

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For the children of the Republic, the time is no longer for education, openness and elevation of the spirit but for mistrust, surveillance and repression

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Start studying Juvenile Justice . Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. When a law enforcement officer encounters juvenile delinquency, he/she has the opportunity to use discretion to decide what to do. CD can lead to anti -social personality disorder.

The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 is the primary legal framework for juvenile justice in India. The act provides for a special approach towards the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency and provides a framework for the protection

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The case of this young girl is unfortunately not isolated. During the tribute paid to the cowardly and brutally murdered history teacher Samuel Paty, many situations involving schoolchildren, middle school and high school students were reported and escalated to the prosecution, sometimes on the basis of simple suspicions not corroborated thereafter. On November 2, the press reported that the headmaster of a high school in Le Mans triggered the 'security protocol' and called in the police to arrest one of his students because he had simply photocopied the inscriptions in Arabic in the library of his school.

Already in 2015, certain abuses had been observed during various tributes paid following the attack perpetrated against Charlie Hebdo. Five years later, a climate of fear and generalized suspicion reigns which has led the Ministry of National Education to order that each report be transmitted to the prosecution.

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confining juveniles to their homes when they are not at school or undergoing treatment. a response to gangs that involves the use of the criminal justice system to reduce gang behavior through the Anti - social disorders. is a pervasive patter of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others that

Start studying Juvenile justice chapt 1. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. the question of when and under circumstances children are capable of forming criminal intent remains a point of contention in juvenile justice proceedings today.

For the children of the Republic, the time is no longer for education, for openness and elevation of the spirit, but for mistrust, surveillance and repression. The lack of educational support for these children, combined with a systematic penal response, is a serious departure from the principles governing the criminal justice of minors.

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It gives the feeling that governments and authorities are acting; but it is in reality the admission of failure of a power

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This concern is reinforced by the draft code of criminal justice for minors, presented by Nicole Belloubet, taken over by Eric Dupond-Moretti, and whose National Assembly began the last reading this week. For two years, many professionals of children, magistrates, social workers and lawyers have shared their fears concerning this project which consecrates an abandonment of the special character of the penal response brought to children. The reduction in trial times is a striking example of this and reflects a priority which is now to speed up the penal and repressive response to the detriment of educational work, which is nevertheless fundamental for a child.

This constant decline over the years is politically convenient: it gives the impression that governments and authorities are acting; but it is in reality the admission of failure of a power incapable of giving justice sufficient means to allow it to intervene effectively and in accordance with the principles which made France shine in the world.

In such troubled times, it takes courage to prefer an investment policy to a repressive drift that calls these principles into question. Obviously, it is a long time since this courage deserted the action of those who have the heavy responsibility of leading this great country. A society that no longer knows the difference between a child and an adult is a society in poor health, losing its bearings, and in which we can fear the worst. A society which neglects its children is a society which makes the bed of its own loss. "

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