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Iran's Legislative Criminal Policy in Prevention from Crime
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.181-192  
Fatemeh Nouri
Prevention from crime occurrence, Legislative criminal policy, Dangerous state, crime repetition, correction and rehabilitation, treatment.
The society must be immune from anti social actions, while these actions are performed, i.e. general officials should do some actions that prevent individuals from committing this action. These strategies are called preventive actions. Criminal policy, which has involved control methods, was restricted to use oppressing method for a long time, but following this method's failure, tendency to preventive actions taking was generated.The goal of this research is to determine preventive criminal policy in Iran's laws and regulations. The duty of preventing from crime has been undertaken by judicature in the constitution but next to it some references undertake this duty in customary laws that this shows that it is essential to form a coordinated institution in order to prevent from crime.
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