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Title: Juvenile Justice System in India A Statutory and Procedural Study
Researcher: Mohan Shakti
Guide(s): Mahendra Tiwari
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University: Jagannath University
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Abstract: Although the law is always fairly progressive but still it have certain gaps that could need to be filled by effective reforming, treating and rehabilitating juveniles who commit serious offences and preventing recidivism. Evidence Based Research on what worksand#8223; with such juveniles reveals a range of inter-disciplinary strategies1, approaches and models; the insights of which was to inform law reform processes in India. We have to resort for the best practices from other jurisdictions2. Specially insights of the individuals and organizations working in the interest of children across the country needs to be collated and analysed to identify gaps or loopholes in law. The Centre for Child and the Lawand#8223;s Juvenile Justice Teamand#8223;s (JJ Team) investigates in Bangalore Urban and Rural, (especially on Multi-Disciplinary Pre-Hearing Case Conferences,3 juveniles alleged/found to have committed serious crime along with other factors involved in his/her case, aimed at impacting JJB decisions, individual care plans, and pre-release and post-release plans), is also informative in this regard. newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/145628
Appears in Departments:Department of Law

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