Definition of juvenile person
1. A young person, not fully developed.
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I am opposed to capital punishment, irrespective of whether it concerns a juvenile person or an adult.
The specific nature of work with juvenile persons has required the specialization of police officers who deal with issues of juvenile delinquency and criminal offences committed by them.
The Reformatory department plans, programs, organises and realises the process of reformation of the convicted and juvenile persons and for this purpose it co-ordinates the activities of other services.
The court may impose on a juvenile person maximum three compatible corrective measures.
While the juvenile person is serving a prison term, the correctional institution where he/she is placed keeps in touch with his/her guardian or family to ensure success of his/her reformation and social rehabilitation.