Measures against juvenile crime

“Urgent measures to combat youth distress, educational poverty and juvenile crime” is the official name of what is currently informally referred to as the “Caivano Decree”. It was on the table of the Council of Ministers in the Palazzo Chigi, which ended after two hours at 3 p.m. A press conference in the afternoon will explain the measures in detail, although some of them have already been announced by the relevant ministers.

The Caivano Decree, the draft

Already yesterday elements of the Draft The text accelerated after the events surrounding the rapes Palermo and from Caivano. The measures envisaged include:oral communicationi.e. a summons from the police commissioner to the minor who has committed a crime “can be addressed also for minors of eighteen years who have completed the fourteenth year of life”. And if it turns out that the person to whom the notice was served has been convicted of crimes against the person, property or of crimes related to weapons or drugs, even if the sentence is not final, the police commissioner may propose to the court that to do Prohibition on the use of “IT platforms or services”. and specifically specified telematics, as well as the possession prohibition phones Mobile phones“.

Penalties for minors caught in possession of weapons or drugs will also be increased, with the aim of creating a deterrent effect. A separate chapter of the draft is dedicated to online crimes and offers victims the opportunity to request that their data be blocked or removed from the network.

The decree also provides crackdown on access to pornographic sites. The proposal, which is strongly supported by the Minister for Family Affairs, Eugenia Rockellaprovides age certification measures for access to certain websites and encourages families to use “parental controls” on devices used by minors.

If the minister Matteo Piantedosi yesterday he commented on the lightning attack in Caivano, emphasizing that repression cannot be the only instrument of intervention, but measures are necessary to prevent criminal phenomena, said the Secretary of Forza Italia and Foreign Minister, Antonio Tajaniemphasized the importance of re-education, especially for very young people, who can make amends. “A young criminal is a criminal, but that doesn’t mean he has to remain one all his life. We have to disconnect from the world of crime,” Tajani said this morning, adding that in his opinion it is “right” to reduce crime. The maximum age for prisoners in juvenile detention centers is 25 to 18 years old, because “at 25 “They are family men and cannot be considered young.”

Regarding the cell phone ban, Tajani said: “It is not a crucial issue. For a young person it is certainly a strong signal, but it will not be solved because then he may borrow it from his brother or find a way to use it.” As for the applicability provisions of such a ban, we should Wait for the official text, which will be published today.

The Minister for Environment and Energy Security, Gilberto Pichetto Fratin commented in a note toApproval of the legislative decree postponing the traffic closure to October 1, 2024 Euro 5 diesel cars in 76 municipalities in Piedmont: “The main objective that had to be achieved in the shortest possible time was to prevent the blockade of Euro 5 diesel vehicles in Piedmont from September 15th.” We did it, but the solution was not easy and the result was by no means obvious.”

45 million euros for Lampedusa

A legislative provision was also adopted to address the emergency related to the increase in migratory flows towards the Pelagian Islands and the island of Lampedusa. A construction plan is financed with 45 million euros (realization of the extraordinary maintenance of the primary urbanization works, construction of wastewater treatment and management plants, construction of new public buildings and measures for the rehabilitation and energy efficiency of existing buildings), which are declared strategic interest, as is already the case the former Ilva, the ISAB of Priolo and the ESA astronomical observatory in the municipality of Isnello (Madonie). The measures that could be implemented include, in particular, the construction of a fuel depot for civilian use and for the police, as well as the construction of roads between the docks and ultimately between the hotspots. In addition, provisions are imposed for the rapid disposal of the small boats used by migrants that have accumulated on the pier over time, through two measures: exceptions to the procurement regulations are approved for the cargo transport of the small boats to Porto Empedocle; The procedures for preparing a final storage area and reducing the volume of small boats on the island will be facilitated and accelerated. Exceptions to landscape and environmental restrictions are provided, but in all cases in accordance with EU legislation.

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