Development of Laws Concerning Child and Juvenile Inquiry

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Wachinee Yodpanya

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This exploratory research studies development of laws concerning child and juvenile inquiry. This research aims to study the laws, rules and regulations of the police officers in juvenile Inquiry. Studying the conditions, problems, Review and analyze legal restrictions that impede the performance of police officers in juvenile investigations. Then, suggest guidelines for improving, amending and developing laws related to the performance of police officers in juvenile investigations. By qualitative research use Documentary Research with in-depth interviews and focus group discussions with key informants involved in the area of studies.


The results shows the research showed that There is a problem with the investigation site, witnesses, victims and accused who are children up to eighteen years of age the Criminal Procedure Code B.E. 1934, Section 133 bis and Section 134/2. Multidisciplinaryism cannot truly protect children and youth in the spirit of the law the Criminal Procedure Code B.E. 1934, Section 133 bis. Inquiry staff do not have remuneration as the multidisciplinary under the Criminal Procedure Code B.E. 1934, Section 133 bis. Submitting a factual report about a child and youth in the investigation of the facts of delayed probation workers the Juvenile and Family Court Act and Procedure for Juvenile and Family Cases 2010, Section 82. Asking the court to issue a warrant for an arrest warrant the Juvenile and Family Court and Juvenile and Family Procedure Act 2010, Section 67. Arrest Investigation The arrestor does not travel to court to investigate the arrest the Juvenile and Family Court and Juvenile and Family Procedure Act 2010, Section 73. The period for taking the juvenile to court to examine the arrest is missed within 24 hours the Juvenile and Family Court and Juvenile and Family Procedure Act 2010, Section 72. In the case of preparing a rehabilitation plan for children and youth to practice, if the implementation of the rehabilitation plan for children and youth has been implemented, the result appears that the implementation of the rehabilitation plan will delay the investigation the Juvenile and Family Court and Juvenile and Family Procedure Act 2010, Section 86. Lack of training to educate lawyers in the protection of children and youth. And to seek facts about human trafficking and to protect and prevent harm to persons with reasonable grounds to believe that they are victims of human trafficking offenses The Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking Act 2008, Section 29. Therefore should amend the Criminal Procedure Code B.E. 1934, Section 133 bis. The Juvenile and Family Court Act and Procedure for Juvenile and Family Cases 2010, Section 72 Section 73 Section 82 (2) and Section 88. And propose to issue regulations of the President of the Supreme Court regarding consideration and approval of the issuance of an arrest warrant. Have the Juvenile and Family Court organize training to educate lawyers. And to prepare a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Royal Thai Police and the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security to facilitate inquiry officers in the investigation. Or arrange for an investigation via a video conference system.

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Yodpanya, W. (2021). Development of Laws Concerning Child and Juvenile Inquiry. Journal of Criminology and Forensic Science, 7(1), 174-190. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/forensic/article/view/246677
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