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Psychology and Law

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2222-5196

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/psylaw

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Present-day foreign directions of researches of risk factors of unlawful behavior among minors 1041

Martynova I.R.
Postgraduate student , Moscow State University of Psychology & Education , Moscow, Russia
e-mail: irina.mart.r@gmail.com

Abstract
The article analyzes the problem of the study of the predictive and structured risk assessment of illegal behavior among minors in foreign psychology. Problems, which prevent unlawful behavior among adolescents in the Russian Federation, have been analyzed. It is shown how the interest to the various methods of prediction of illegal behavior emerged. The existing of the main currently existing approaches to risk assessment (clinical, actuarial and dynamic) have been made. Numerous statistical studies aimed to identify predictors of unlawful behavior among minors were covered in present review. The escort at different stages of rehabilitation of teenagers committed various offenses was described on the example of the probation system. The possible development of an integrated system of juvenile justice in the Russian Federation was described in the context of the «National Action Strategy for Children for 2012-2017». The possibility of inclusion of structured risk assessment techniques.

Keywords: risk factors, protective factors, unlawful conduct, case management, adolescence.

Column: Forensic and Clinical Psychology in Legal Context

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/psylaw.2016060204

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