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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Čaplikienė, Laimutė;Velička, Vilius
Title: Smurto artimoje aplinkoje užkardymo praktika Lietuvoje ir Norvegijoje
Other Title: Domestic violence prevention practice in Lithuania and Norway
Is part of: Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai, 2017, nr. 19(1), p. 51-65
Date: 2017
Keywords: Smurtas artimoje aplinkoje;Smurtautojas;Smurtą artimoje aplinkoje patyręs asmuo;Policijos pareigūnai;Domestic violence;Perpetrator;Victim of domestic violence;Police officers
Abstract: Straipsnyje siekiama atskleisti Lietuvos Respublikos ir Norvegijos Karalystės naudojamas priemones ir būdus siekiant užkardyti smurtui artimoje aplinkoje. Tam tikslui buvo nagrinėjamos Lietuvos ir Norvegijos praktika kovojant su smurtu artimoje aplinkoje ir nustatytos priemonės, kurios yra taikomos siekiant užkardyti smurtą artimoje aplinkoje. Rezultatų analizė parodė, kad Lietuvoje dar nepakankamai naudojamos priemonės siekiant užkardyti smurtui artimoje aplinkoje.
The article contains comparative analysis of Lithuanian and Norwegian experience in fighting the domestic violence. It describes tools and measures used in the Republic of Lithuania and the Kingdomof Norway to prevent domestic violence and examines the experience of both countries in fighting against the domestic violence. Both Lithuanian and Norwegian legislation, although prepared in different time, provide protection from domestic violence both in the Criminal Codes of the countries and additional regulations on the prevention of this phenomenon. Lithuanian Criminal Code does not contain a separate criminal offense related to the domestic violence. Any kind of domestic violence is subject to criminal liability that is indicated in separate articles according to the nature of the offense during which intentional physical, mental, sexual, economic or any other type of effect was used and as a result of which a person experienced physical, material or non- pecuniary damage. Meanwhile, the Norwegian Criminal Code provides for a specific crime, established in the Article 219 of Norwegian Criminal Code, which provides for criminal liability for a long-term harrasement of relatives. However, there is no need for a separate provision in the Criminal Code to observe the phenomenon of domestic violence in general.
Appears in Collections:Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2017, nr. 19 (1)

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