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Regierungsratsbeschluss des Kantons Zurich Nr. 930/2012; KR-Nr. 172/2010.

Ineke Pruin Assistant Professor at the Department for Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, since 2015. Before she was working at the University of Greifswald in Germany, where she coordinated international Juvenile Justice research together with Frieder Dunkel. Among her main interests are questions about the treatment of young adult offenders in Criminal Law, the reintegration and rehabilitation of (juvenile) offenders, legal guarantees for offenders, and Penal Laws. She is part of the Juvenile Justice Working Group in the European Society of Criminology and regularly counsels the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (Brussels).

Peter Aebersold born 1943, until 2010 Professor for Juvenile Criminal Law, Correctional Law and Criminology at the University of Basel, since 2010 emeritus. Before Judge, Member of the Cantonal Parliament and Counseller in the Public Administration. He still teaches Juvenile Criminal Law at the Universities of Bern and Luzern.

Jonas Weber Assistant Professor with Tenure Track at the Department for Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, since 2013. In addition, he works as a part-time judge at the criminal court of the canton of Basel-Stadt. Among his main interests are questions about the system of criminal sanctions, alternative sanctions, therapeutic measures, the preventive detention, and probation. He is part of the Swiss specialist group “reform in criminal law.”

 
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