Hesse: Poseck: work in houses of youth rights works

Frankfurt/Main (dpa/lhe) - Hesse's Minister of Justice Roman Poseck (CDU) sees a recipe for success in the seven houses of youth law across the country.

Hesse: Poseck: work in houses of youth rights works

Frankfurt/Main (dpa/lhe) - Hesse's Minister of Justice Roman Poseck (CDU) sees a recipe for success in the seven houses of youth law across the country. These are a "central component of the security architecture," he said in Frankfurt. A study was presented there on Monday, according to which young people and adolescents who were cared for in a facility in the Höchst district between 2016 and 2019 relapsed less often than those in other districts for which no youth rights department was responsible during this period.

The investigation shows that the work works, said Poseck. Representatives of the police, public prosecutor's office and juvenile court support work together under one roof in the youth justice departments.

Specifically, the study involved two groups of subjects who, according to the information provided, are comparable in terms of age, gender or their crimes: 103 young people from the area of ​​responsibility of the house in Höchst and 70 young people and adolescents from the east of Frankfurt. According to the results, no new crimes were reported in 70 percent of those cared for from the facility in Höchst; in contrast, in the other group without this special care, it was only 41 percent.

There are a total of six youth rights centers in the state: in addition to Frankfurt-Höchst, there are two more in Frankfurt, Kassel, Offenbach and Wiesbaden. In addition, since last year there has been a virtual youth rights center in Fulda. An additional facility in Hanau is being planned.

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