Different forms of Diversion and the Consequences on Preventive Offences
Authorities of penal policy tend to prevent the offender from dealing with penal justice procedure or if they are already in the procedure to stop them to follow the procedure or diverge them to better direction. The fact that criminal policy tries to withdraw does not mean termination of judicial system, but rather it is a try to alleviate the load of work on the system through distributing the load over other systems. Taking into account the pace of social changes that make the criminal justice systems incompatible with the dynamic situation on one hand, and the changes in some of social issues regarding which tradition point of view is prevailing in the criminal justice system on the other hand, it is essential to find new social strategies for dealing with the crimes. One of the approaches to prevent cases from entering criminal procedure is diversion process; some of instances are establishment of public associations to deal with the disputes caused by an offence or granting authority to civil, disciplinary, and authoritative bodies to deal with some of the offences.
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