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Title: A critical analysis of the law regulating juvenile delinquency in Uganda
Authors: Rose, Kugonza
Keywords: Criminal Justice
Law
Delinquency
Uganda
Juvenile
Issue Date: Jul-2015
Publisher: Kampala international international: School Of Law
Abstract: The study identifies the legal frame work regulating juvenile delinquency in Uganda at national, regional and international levels. In chapter one the study focuses on the background of study, objectives of the study, the statement of problem that motivated the study and a hypothetical question to test the validity of the study also points out the significance of the study not only to the researcher but also other people will use the study .The study looks at related literature that has been involved concerning juvenile delinquency. The second chapter discussed the legal frame work regulating juvenile delinquency at national, regional and international levels. The study also critically analyses the law regulating juvenile delinquency in Uganda .Showing what it has failed to achieve in juvenile justice Administration the challenges faced by the law enforcement mechanisms and the recommendations if a positive change is to be brought about in the juvenile justice administration system It is evident that Uganda still has a long way to go as far as juvenile justice is concerned and its is the duty of law enforcers parents and all Ugandan citizen at large to work hand in hand to see that the juvenile justice administration in Uganda is improved.
Description: A research paper submitted to the faculty of law in partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the a ward of the degree of bachelor of law of Kampala international University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/11166
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