Analysis of Laws related to Crimes Against Children: An Analytical Study (2020)
BRIJ MOHAN DUTTA JCR. 2020: 1750-1756
One of the most horrible and repugnant things that can be committed is committing a crime against a child. Children are a vulnerable group that frequently lacks the ability to defend themselves from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, and exploitation are just a few of the various ways that children can be victimized by crime. These crimes can significantly disrupt families and communities in addition to having long-lasting negative effects on the young victims' physical, emotional, and psychological health. In general, legislation pertaining to crimes against children are a crucial instrument in the struggle against child abuse and exploitation. These laws ensure that individuals who do conduct crimes are held accountable for their actions by creating clear legal standards and punishments, which helps to deter potential criminals. A comprehensive approach to child protection, increased knowledge and sensitivity, and the effective application of laws and policies can all contribute to the prevention of crimes against children, as well as their well-being and safety. Sample of 189 respondents involved in laws and practices were surveyed to analyze different Laws related to crimes against children with checklist question where respondents choose “Yes” or “No” for all the questions. It is found that Legal framework offers a guide to deal with crimes against kids and guarantee that everyone involved receives justice, laws ensure that who conduct crimes are held accountable for their actions and Rules and regulations guarantee to punish one who commit crimes.
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