The Countermeasure Effort of Child Delinquency Not to A Legal Case in Criminology Perspective

Pancasilawati, Abnan (2021) The Countermeasure Effort of Child Delinquency Not to A Legal Case in Criminology Perspective. In: ICSTIAMI 2019, 17-18 July 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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The Child is 12 to 18 years of age and not married yet. The child is considered that has not knowledge but also has a unique and exclusive personality. Child's world is the dream world so that he can not differ from the real world. The child also a great imitator, so he able to imitate adult action. In the growth time, child experience puberty which is identical with identity finding. It’s the critical point of a child to show existence, in the social world of his family as well as intercourse environment because they will be showing to existence for his family and his social environment. Over exist of children make his behavior personality can deviate from society older than called juvenile. At the and the behavior can violate legal, religion and cultural norm. The implication is the child can be labeled as rude, the religious called the cursed child and the law called a crime perpetrator. Juvenile Court is regulated under Law Number 3 the Year 1997 Article 1 section 2 Brat is: a. A child who commits a crime b. A child who commit acts that are prohibited for children, either by law or other norms in society. Any crimes committed by and hence chargeable to a crime perpetrator, even it is a light crime. The criminology study can see a crime perpetrator, how child commits a crime. The study can analyze how a child does a commit crime and then find a solution of prevention effort in order the child not get a legal case.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: the countermeasure effort child delinquency
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2021 10:39
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2021 10:39

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