COACHING OF CHILDREN CONFLICTING WITH LAW AT THE MERAUKE CLASS IIB CORRECTIONAL CENTER

Alputila, Marlyn Jane and Rahail, Emiliana (2019) COACHING OF CHILDREN CONFLICTING WITH LAW AT THE MERAUKE CLASS IIB CORRECTIONAL CENTER. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

Correctional Center (BAPAS) is an institution that has a very important role in assisting children who violate the law, the role of Correctional Institution is the spearhead in the juvenile justice process, one of which is to assist children in conflict or problem with the law starting from the child arrested by the authorities, the child carries out the process at the investigation stage until the sentence is terminated and as long as the child is serving a sentence even though the child must be accompanied by an officer from the child counseling of the Correctional Center. This is a concern to be able to conduct this research see the extent of guidance for children who violate the rule of law at the Correctional Center Class II B. This study uses the Juridical Empirical method that is by approaching or reviewing the rules of written legal law and collide with reality in society concerning children who have applicable laws. The results of the study are that there are still obstacles that must be faced in the process of protecting children, this occurs because there is still a lack of inadequate human resources. Same as what happened to the Merauke Class IIB Correctional Center which lacked human resources and facilities that did not yet exist such as child development institutions and child care institutions while this resulted in child protection occurring in the Bapas Class IIB Merauke more directed at returning to the parents to be fostered and community advisers only carry out supervision. So that in the future it is expected that the government can pay more attention to the provision of facilities needed by children in conflict with the law so that the recovery and return of children to the community is better both psychological and physical from the child so that they become children as before and do not repeat criminal acts.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Coaching, children, legal conflicts
Divisions: Ilmu Hukum
Depositing User: Emiliana Bernadina Rahail
Date Deposited: 06 Aug 2019 12:03
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2019 12:05
URI: http://eprints.unmus.ac.id/id/eprint/489

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