Police organizes ‘don’t ask crime’ response organization

Also known as ‘ideally motivated crime’.

湲 蹂肄

[아시아경제 이관주 기자] The police will name the so-called ‘don’t ask crime’ as ‘ideally motivated crime’ and start an organization in charge of preparing countermeasures.

According to the police on the 19th, the National Police Agency is forming a task force (TF) to in-depth analysis of crimes against women and the elderly, the main targets of ‘don’t ask’ crimes, and to respond to crimes against people with mental illness. The TF is led by a forensic officer and related functions such as violent investigation, female youth investigation, and life order division participate in the process of recruiting suspects of violent crimes with mental illness, strengthening the protection system for the socially disadvantaged such as children and women, and collaborating with local governments to respond to high-risk mentally ill patients Measures will be shared and checked.

The police are discussing a system for screening and managing high-risk groups of abnormally motivated crimes with the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and cooperate with the prosecution and the Ministry of Justice so that information such as the risk of recidivism can be notified to the police by linking information related to abnormally motivated crimes from transmission to the correction stage. plan to save In addition, a new checkbox was added for the classification of cases in the Criminal Justice Information System (KICS), and when the investigator in charge requests an examination, the crime analyst comprehensively analyzes the subject’s mental illness history and the relationship between the victim and the victim, and identifies the crime as a crime with an abnormal motive. Establish a system for definitive classification. The police plan to convene a task force in the first quarter of this year to discuss activity plans, and to analyze and respond to abnormally motivated crimes from the second quarter.

It was also decided to introduce an efficient management system for high-risk mentally ill, suicide attempts, and drunken people. By judging the risk of self-injury by subject, preparing field survey tables and management grade standards, and cooperating with the National Assembly and the Ministry of Welfare to amend the Mental Health Welfare Act and enact the Special Act on Intoxicants. The Mental Health Welfare Act is reviewing revisions to allow the police to share sensitive information for post-support for high-risk individuals and to abolish the consent of police officers in case of emergency hospitalization. The bills related to drunkenness currently being proposed in the National Assembly contain the contents of strengthening the punishment of drunken crimes and at the same time establishing a system for protecting drunken persons.


Reporter Lee Kwan-ju [email protected]


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