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Gendercide Watch, Case Study: Zakoni the fact that the number of criminal offences related to narcotics increases year after year, it may krovicni concluded that the abuse of psychoactive substances represents an unsolvable problem.

Most commonly, these crimes are directly committed by young men, whereas women are mostly complicit in these criminal offences. The research results confirm the terrifying facts that the criminal act of neonaticide may be committed by any woman, whereby some women prove to be more prone to killing their children than others.


Keywords narcotics, complicit women, complicity, penalty, safety measures, penal policy. The author examines the kricicni, criminal and criminological aspects of this crime in an endeavour to determine a typical profile of a woman who kills her newborn child.

User Username Password Remember me. As a rule, the role of killers is usually attributed to men while women are more frequently seen as victims, which does not fully correspond to social reality.

Foundation for a drug-free world: In that context, the subject matter of this paper is neonaticide, as a type of homicide typically committed by women.

Abstract Murder is undoubtedly the most difficult and most far-reaching consequence of criminal activity which deserves considerable attention of professional and general public alike. Can we identify those at risk?

The research was aimed ra determining the number of judgments rendered for the criminal offences of complicity, as well as the most commonly trafficked narcotics, where marijuana seems to prevail. Craig, MichaelPerinatal risk factors for neonaticide and infant homicide: User Username Password Remember me.


For this reason, the author explores the distinctive characteristics of women who commit neonaticide, which distinguish them from other women-murderers. The research was also aimed at examining the penal policy pertaining to criminal offences related to narcotics, including both criminal sanctions and safety measures imposed on the perpetrators of these criminal offences.

On the basis of the orivicni data collected on narcotics-related crimes, the paper shows how many final judgments were imposed for each of these criminal offences in the observed period. The ultimate goal of this paper is to draw attention of primarily professional public to this interesting and insufficiently researched topic and to emphasize the need for its more comprehensive examination in the future.

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