Helping police combat juvenile crime

  • 1998-08-13
  • Denise Albrighton
TALLINN - Police plan to use alternative measures to fight juvenile crime in Estonia, a committee of parliamentarians from the Nordic countries learned Aug. 4. Members of the Nordic Council Area Adjacent Committee were given a talk on crime, particularly juvenile crime, during a visit to Estonia. The committee had also been discussing environmental protection, expansion of the European Union, and the political and economic situation of the Nordic countries and its neighboring states. Ralf Palo, police deputy director general, told the committee that society no longer felt all offenders shou...
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