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:: Volume 1, Issue 2 (Summer 2019) ::
Child Rights 2019, 1(2): 71-98 Back to browse issues page
Minimum Intervention Model in Response to Children Unlawful Behaviors in court Complex of Shahid Fahmideh, Tehran, Iran (2016-2017)
Hossein Gholami , Hassan Ali Moazenzadegan , Nafiseh Zaeri
Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehran, Iran.
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Models of response to children unlawful behaviors are grouped into five categories, penal justice, welfare, restorative, minimum intervention, and risk management. Each of these models attempts to correct delinquent children in a different way and with varying degrees of impact, and non-punishment or mild punishment may lead to further correction of delinquent children in certain offenses. This study aimed to compare the extent and manner of application of the Minimum Intervention Model with other models in Shahid Fahmideh Judicial Complex of Tehran. It was performed through the explanatory content analysis method and the statistical population consisted of 100 cases selected from two branches of this complex using the purposive non-probability sampling method. After the data were collected, they were analyzed in SPSS, and the percentages of frequency were as follows: 20% of the cases were not responded due to order for suspension of prosecution and 76% of the cases had at least one of the intervention indicators in addition to other response models. Findings indicated that the judges of this complex used the Minimum Intervention Model more than other models. Although the use of this model in the area of criminal justice for children and adolescents is a positive action, it must be adjusted in some offenses.

Please cite this article as: Gholami H, Moazenzadegan HA, Zaeri N. Minimum Intervention Model in Response to Children Unlawful Behaviors in court Complex of Shahid Fahmideh, Tehran, Iran (2016-2017). Child Rights J 2019; 1(2): 71-98.
Keywords: Response, Children, Shahid Fahmidah Judiciary Complex, Minimum Intervention Model
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2019/02/14 | Accepted: 2019/07/6
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Gholami H, Moazenzadegan H A, Zaeri N. Minimum Intervention Model in Response to Children Unlawful Behaviors in court Complex of Shahid Fahmideh, Tehran, Iran (2016-2017). Child Rights 2019; 1 (2) :71-98
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