In recent years, more and more attention has been paid to juvenile delinquency, and the disposal of juvenile delinquency has often caused dissatisfaction from all walks of life. Therefore, the revised draft of the law on the prevention of juvenile delinquency, which was deliberated at the fourteenth session of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress, is intended to implement classified prevention and refine the measures of education and correction.
It is reported that a large number of cases show that before minors commit crimes, there are many bad or illegal acts, and most of their early bad or illegal acts have not been timely and effective intervention.
In this regard, the revised draft clearly divides the minor's deviant behavior into three levels: bad behavior, serious bad behavior and criminal behavior, which are light and heavy, and provides corresponding intervention or correction measures respectively.
The revised draft makes it clear that bad behaviors refer to the increasingly serious behaviors that are not conducive to the physical and mental health growth of minors, including smoking and drinking; absenteeism and truancy for many times; staying home at night without any reason and running away from home; addiction to the Internet that affects normal learning and life.
Serious bad behavior refers to the illegal behavior that seriously endangers the society. The revised draft stipulates eight educational and corrective measures that can be taken by the public security organs. At the same time, it stipulates that minors who have serious bad behaviors or refuse to cooperate or accept educational and corrective measures can be sent to special schools for correction and education.
In terms of the prevention of juvenile recidivism, the revised draft takes into account the relationship with prison law, criminal procedure law and other relevant provisions, enriches the measures of education in litigation, correction after procedure diversion, community correction at the end of the term and placement and education after the release of the sentence, and further clarifies the prevention of minors and their families, schools, governments, judicial organs, communities, etc Duty.
The revised draft emphasizes that the parents or other guardians of minors are directly responsible for the prevention of crime education of minors. If they find that minors have abnormal psychology or behavior, they shall educate, guide and admonish them to help them correct, and shall not allow them to ignore or give up their duty of guardianship.
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