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specialty journal of politics and law
Volume 5, 2020, Issue 2
Evaluation of Clinical Criminology, ‎Recommendations and Ordinances of the Special ‎Pediatric Courts
Ebrahim Sadeghzadeh Ghanati‏‏, Shirin Asadi‎
Pages: 1-7

Abstract

Abstract: Child and adolescent delinquency is an undeniable reality in the world that requires a special approach ‎in all areas of society by a specific legal and judicial system. The criminal policy of discriminating and ‎specializing in the criminal law of children is aimed at departing from the purely criminal view and ‎resorting to a reformed, reproductive and preventive approach in line with the achievements of today's ‎human society. Clinical criminology, by considering the offender's personality and the environment ‎around him, considers the causes and risk factors of the offender and ultimately aims to correct, treat ‎and re-socialize the offender. Equality oversight recommends those measures. Therefore, the criminal ‎justice system for children and adolescents should, at all stages, benefit from the clinical criminology ‎to return to the normal cycle of social life. Personality filing, which contains the opinions of various ‎medical, psychology, and criminology specialists, is needed along with the criminal record to take ‎appropriate action considering the child or adolescent's character.


How to cite:
Ghanati‏‏ E S & Asadi‎ S. Evaluation of Clinical Criminology, ‎Recommendations and Ordinances of the Special ‎Pediatric Courts. SPECIALTY J POLIT LAW 2020;5(2):1-7

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specialty journal of politics and law
Issue 2, Volume 5, 2020