This report presents an overview of the 136th International Training Course on “Effective Measures for the Treatment of Juvenile Offenders and their Reintegration into Society” held in 2007, as well as other international training programs held in 2007.
The 136th International Training Course on “Effective Measures for the Treatment of Juvenile Offenders and Their Reintegration into Society” held from May 23 to June 28, 2007, consisted of lectures, individual presentations, group workshops, and visits and special events with participants diligently and comprehensively examining the current situation of effective measures for the treatment of juvenile offenders and their reintegration into society. The focus of discussion in this training course consisted of the current situation and problems faced by each jurisdiction throughout the legal proceedings for juveniles and their effective countermeasures, effective measures in the institutional treatment of juvenile offenders, effective measures for the community-based treatment of juvenile offenders, and effective measures to promote the reintegration of juveniles into the community. Additional resources offered as reference materials were provided, as well as a participants list. Information on other recently held international seminars during 2007 under the United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders include: the Third Seminar on Criminal Justice for Central Asia, the Twelfth Special Seminar for Senior Criminal Justice Officials of the People’s Republic of China, and the Second Country Specific Training Course on the Revitalization of the Volunteer Probation and System for the Philippines.
United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders
26-1 Harumi-Cho, Fuchu, Tokyo Japan,, Japan
UNAFEI Newsletter, No. 123, June 2007