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Young persons in conflict with the law a report of the Solicitor General"s Committee on Proposals for New Legislation to Replace the Juvenile Delinquents Act = Loi sur les jeunes qui ont des démêlés avec la justice : rapport du Comité du ministère du Soliciteur général sur les propositions formulées en remplacement de la Loi sur les jeunes délinquants. by Canada. Committee on Proposals for New Legislation to Replace the Juvenile Delinquents Act

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Published by Solicitor General, Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Canada.,
  • Juvenile justice, Administration of -- Canada

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Edition Notes

Other titlesLoi sur les jeunes qui ont des démêlés avec la justice
The Physical Object
Pagination104, 105 p.
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20127518M

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‘Children in conflict with the law’ is defined as anyone under 18 who comes into contact with the justice system as a result of being suspected or accused of committing an offence. In some cases, children who engage in criminal behaviour have been used or coerced by adults. Dealing with young people who come into conflict with the law is one of the most important parts of being a police officer. Now in its fourth edition, _Youth in Conflict with the Law_ provides up-to-date analysis on how police handle young persons, while focusing on new and updated legislation, such as. Programs that help a young person who has been in conflict with the law to relate to conventional values, activities and persons; Programs that help the young person to develop skills for functioning in positive ways in society; Programs that allow the young person to use newly acquired skills; Programs that reduce the influence of delinquent.   This paper will document the JJI’s analysis of Illinois’ arrests and admissions to the Cook County Department of Corrections (i.e., Cook County Jail), and examine emerging trends in policy and practice to address the issues posed by young adults in conflict with the law.