Juvenile Delinquency Essay

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CONTENTS Sr.No. | Topic | Page no. | | | | 1 | Introduction | | 2 | Movement For Juvenile Justice | | 3 | Meaning Of Juvenile Delinquency | | 4 | Legal Definitions Of Juvenile In India | | 5 | Types Of Juvenile Delinquency | | 6 | Causes Of Juvenile Delinquency | | 7 | Objectives Of The Study | | | | | 8 | Methodology | | 9 | Chapter Scheme | | 10 | Juvenile Delinquency In India | | | | | 11 | Historical Development Of The Juvenile Justice System In India | | 12 | Introduction | | 13 | Purpose Of Juvenile Enactment | | | | | 14 | Conceptual Developments | | 15 | Development Of The Juvenile Justice System In India | | 16 | (i) Prior To 1773 | | 17 | (ii) 1773-1850 | | 18 | (iii) 1850-1919 | | | | | 19 | (iv) 1919-1950 | | 20 | Juvenile Delinquency And The Law | | 21 | The Juvenile Justice Act (1986) | | 22 | The Juvenile Justice (care and protection) Of Children Act2000 In India | | 23 | Special Procedure Of Juvenile Justice Board | | 24 | Organisation Of Juvenile Delinquency | | 25 | Observation Homes | | 26 | Special Homes | | 27 | Children's Home | | 28 | Shelter Home | | 29 | Management Committee | | 30 | Personnel Or Staff Of a Home | | 31 | Salient Features Of The Juvenile Justice ( C&P ) Act,2000 | | 32 | Appraisal Of The Juvenile Justice System In India | | Introduction One and a half century ago, Adolphe Quetelet, the eminent Belgian social statistician observed that adolescents, particularly the young males are prone to crime, disorder and delinquency because of their childish impulsiveness or adolescent conflict. To quote him, “the propensity to crime is at its maximum at the age when strength and passions have reached their height, yet when reason has not

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