Legal aspects of juvenile offenders and child victims. Criminology and crime victim considerations. Intervention with minors.
Juvenile delinquency has great relevance in the forensic practice and is a focus of priority attention of criminology and crime victim sciences. Crime, antisocial behavior, and individual, group and social victimization of minors has great relevance in the forensic practice and is a focus of priority attention of criminology and crime victim sciences. Because it has to be given to related issues, both in respect of juvenile offenders, such as those who enter and / or remain at social risk. Not forgetting that in a noticeable and significant number of cases are found in both situations simultaneously. Students of this course will acquire a range of skills that will be of special value in professional performance, such as questions regarding mediation and conflict resolution, protection measures for victims, risk factors and victimology protection, deepen individual, group and social aspects of antisocial problems of minors, etc.