Detention of minors from repeated crimes

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In this article social and psychological problems of resocialization and rehabilitation of persons condemned for criminal offenses at minor age are considered. The factors strengthening and reducing further criminalization of minors are analyzed. Statistical data of conditionally condemned teenager groups who subsequently appeared in jail are given. Various forms of socially focused and psychological work with teenagers who are in conflict with law and are at different stages of contact with law-enforcement organizations are analyzed. Experience of various non-governmental organizations on implementation of positive concepts of work with condemned in places of imprisonment and after release is presented. Basis of the analysis of Russian psychologist’s works and achievements of juvenile system of Germany the justification of need for creation of institute of support of process of post-penitentiary adaptation of persons condemned to imprisonment at minor age is given.

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R V Chirkina

Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

The Department of the Legal Psychology Faculty

A A Galushkin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

The Department of Judicial Power, Law Enforcement and Human Rights Activities


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