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Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 & Regulations 2e (eBook)

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    Edition: 2nd Edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781485133575
  • Language(s): English
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  • Category: Criminal Law & Procedure, Statutes, Juta's Legislation eBooks

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The Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 makes provision for the establishment of a criminal justice system for children, who are in conflict with the law and are accused of committing offences, in accordance with the values underpinning the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and the international obligations of the Republic.

The second edition of the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 & Regulations, part of the Juta's Legislation eBook series, reflects the law as at 1 February 2019.

  • What's New
  • Key Addresses 
  • Child Justice 75 of 2008
    • PENDLEX: Act 24 of 2015 
  • Regulations 
    • Regulations relating to Child Justice 
    • Directives in terms of section 97(4)
    • National instruction 2 of 2010: Children in conflict with the law
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Designation of area of jurisdiction of the Matlosana One Stop Child Justice Centre
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Establishment of Nerina One-Stop Child Justice Centre and definition of its area of jurisdiction
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Determination of persons or category or class of persons competent to conduct evaluations of criminal capacity of children, and allowances and remuneration
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programme

  • Judges 
  • Magistrates 
  • NGOs dealing with children’s issues 
  • Family advocates 
  • Attorneys and advocates dealing with child (family) law 
  • Family law mediators 
  • Social workers and departments of welfare 
  • Academics

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The Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 makes provision for the establishment of a criminal justice system for children, who are in conflict with the law and are accused of committing offences, in accordance with the values underpinning the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and the international obligations of the Republic.

The second edition of the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 & Regulations, part of the Juta's Legislation eBook series, reflects the law as at 1 February 2019.

  • What's New
  • Key Addresses 
  • Child Justice 75 of 2008
    • PENDLEX: Act 24 of 2015 
  • Regulations 
    • Regulations relating to Child Justice 
    • Directives in terms of section 97(4)
    • National instruction 2 of 2010: Children in conflict with the law
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Designation of area of jurisdiction of the Matlosana One Stop Child Justice Centre
    • Accredited diversion programmes and service providers
    • Establishment of Nerina One-Stop Child Justice Centre and definition of its area of jurisdiction
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programmes
    • Determination of persons or category or class of persons competent to conduct evaluations of criminal capacity of children, and allowances and remuneration
    • Accredited diversion service providers and diversion programme

  • Judges 
  • Magistrates 
  • NGOs dealing with children’s issues 
  • Family advocates 
  • Attorneys and advocates dealing with child (family) law 
  • Family law mediators 
  • Social workers and departments of welfare 
  • Academics

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