Child Offender in UK Law
Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008
...... justice (including provision about the police) and dealing with offenders and defaulters; to make further provision about the management of ... of a local authority" has the same meaning as it has in the Children Act 1989 (c. 41). by virtue of section 105 of that Act;. . . "activity ......
Protection of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 2005
...... . (2) Where the person— . . (a) was a relevant offender immediately before this section applied to the person; and. . . (b) would (apart from this subsection) cease to be subject to the notification ......
Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015
...... An Act to make provision about how offenders are dealt with before and after conviction; to create offences involving ... with intent to cause distress; to amend the offence of meeting a child following sexual grooming; to amend the offence of possession of extreme ......
Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 2009
...... 4 . Children Part 4 . Children . Young children Young children . S-18 . Rape of a ... (6) In section 210A(10) (extended sentences for sex and violent offenders), in the definition of ‘sexual offence’— . . (a) in paragraph (i), ......
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Books & Journal Articles
- THE CHILD, THE FAMILY AND THE YOUNG OFFENDER—SWEDISH STYLE (1973)
Age effects on juvenile homicide perpetration
Purpose: – In order to address a notable gap in the research literature, the purpose of this paper is to examine age-related differences in juvenile homicide perpetration. Design/methodology/appro.........Design/methodology/approach – Data on 150 juvenile homicide offenders and their offences was derived from material available within the public ...Findings – There were no significant differences between the child (U-14) and adolescent (14-17) offender samples on any of the measured ......
A Childhood Cut Short: Child Deaths in Penal Custody and the Pains of Child Imprisonment
The death of a child in penal custody is an infrequent, but particularly tragic, event. In seeking to explain such events, the tendency has been to focus on individual pathology or vulnerability. T......... the debate by exploring the speciﬁc ‘pains of child imprisonment’ as narrated by teenage boys (aged 15–17 years) in an English young offender institution (YOI). It is argued that, trapped in ‘kidulthood’, the dual status of child prisoners poses experiential, conceptual, and practical ......
What leads victims to resist? Factors that influence victim resistance in sexual assaults
Purpose: Victim resistance has been shown to have an important impact on the outcome of sexual assaults. Thus, the factors that affect a victim’s likelihood of various levels of resistance are rele......... on a sample of 613 sex offenses (incorporating both adult and child victims) to examine the individual and combined effects of offender ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
- Headteacher Should Have Disclosed Her Relationship With A Child Sex Offender Even Though She Had No Statutory Duty To Do So
Does Child Abuse cause Crime?
......Sex Offender Attacks. It is easy to see that the prisoner who commits a serious crime of violence against a child sex offender is motivated by anger and rage ......
Grounds For Hostility? The Removal Of Executors And The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust Re Savile (Deceased)  EWCA Civ 1632
...... in October 2012 accused Jimmy Savile of having been a serial child abuser and sex offender. NatWest subsequently began to receive letters ......
Has The Roller Coaster Ride Come To An End The Future Of Social Services Negligence Claims?
...The duty of care owed by Social Workers to children who they seek to protect has been a roller coaster ride over the last few ...So, if there is a known hazard from a Schedule 1 offender, that could form a possible claim. The authority's status creates an ......
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