The theme of the release is child crime.
Crime every year becomes younger, although the main age of juvenile offenders is 16-18 years.
Maybe because criminal liability usually comes from now on.
They have been convicted of hijacking from the age of 16, for murder from the age of 14, for theft from 14 and 16 years.
There are 19,300 offenders in juvenile detention facilities.
For 10 months of 1993, 174568 crimes have already been committed.
Children are brought up at home, at school, at the police, and yet 70% of adolescents, who have never even been considered difficult, have once heard for the first time: “Recognize guilty”.
The discussion focuses on the problem of keeping children in reception centers, detention facilities, colonies and special educational institutions, subsequent social adaptation, employment and probabilities of relapse.
On a visit to the program, the head of the department of educational and labor colonies of the Main Directorate for the Execution of Punishments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, colonel of the internal service Alexander Nikolaevich Dolgikh and editor of the newspaper for prisoners Sergey Shishkanov.
Also participating in the discussion is the chairman of the interdepartmental commission of Moscow for special institutions and crime prevention, Andrei Babushkin, director Institute of Childhood Yuri Korolev, head of the group on the prevention of juvenile delinquency Elena Kozlova (Moscow), head of the inspectorate for minors Vladimir Sapozhkov (Moscow-Yaroslavskaya station), Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Maria Lazutova, director of special schools Vladimir Nikolayevich Khutornoy (Sverdlovsk Region), lawyer Marina Rodman, Deputy Head of the Department for the Prevention of Offenses of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Karymov, Head Department of Criminal Law of the Higher School of Police Larisa Belyaeva (Belgorod), head of the juvenile affairs department Lyudmila Tropina (Lyubertsy), former prisoner Alena Galrina.
Plots: street children at train stations, interviews with detained teenagers in the reception center and in a special school for boys, life in the WTC for girls in the village of Lgovo, Ryazan Region.
Lazutova M.N. - Doctor of Historical Sciences, Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation (1993-1996), Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for CIS Affairs (1999-2000).
Locations: Ryazan region