Child Offenders in South African Criminal Justice: Concepts and
Process explains the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 for the various
sectors involved in the administration of child justice in South
Africa. The book presents the aims and objectives of the Act and
then explains the difference between adversarial and inquisitorial
criminal procedure, which is relevant to preliminary inquiries. The
authors examine the role played in the child justice process by
members of the South Africa Police Service, the National
Prosecuting Authority, probation officers, the court of preliminary
inquiry, the child justice court and correctional services. Child
offenders in South African Criminal Justice: Concepts and Process
contains a CD with useful diagrams detailing various child justice
processes and flow charts of the various stages of the proceedings.
The Forms from the Regulations to the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008
and National Instruction 2 of 2010 are provided for the reader as
appendixes to the book.
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