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Intensified Care and Supervision

In more than 40 per cent of all court rulings the measure of intensified care and supervision is applied to young persons who have committed criminal offences.

UNICEF has conducted the first comprehensive research into the implementation of the educational measure of intensified care and supervision in Croatia, seen from the perspective of both juvenile offenders and measure leaders.

The research was published in the publication ‘Intensified Care and Supervision: Perspective of Juvenile Offenders and Measure Leaders’.

The results of the research were presented in July 2014 at a conference that gathered around a hundred experts from the social welfare centres and external collaborators, measure leaders, judges, state attorneys and young persons to whom the measure had been applied.

The measure, which in Croatia is applied on average to 371 young persons each year, offers a chance for those young people to take responsibility for their acts and choose the right path and for society to provide broader and stronger support to them.

 

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Updated: 25 May 2016
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