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Statistics on Criminal Cases on Crimes Committed against Minors Investigated in 2021 in Proceeding of RA Investigative Committee

11.02.2022 12:30

In 2021 340 criminal cases initiated according to relevant articles of the RA Criminal Code on crimes committed against minors have been investigated in the RA Investigative Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Committee).

4 of the mentioned criminal cases have been on murder envisaged by the Article 104, 1 – on murder of a newly born child by the mother envisaged by the Article 106, 8 - on causing death by negligence envisaged by the Article 109, 4 – on causing to commit suicide envisaged by the Article 110, 6 - on infliction of willful heavy damage to health envisaged by the Article 112, 1 - on infliction of willful medium-gravity damage to health envisaged by the Article 113, 6 - on infliction of willful light damage to health envisaged by the Article 117, 44 – on battery envisaged by the Article 118, 18 - on causing strong pain or mental sufferance envisaged by the Article 119, 4 – on infliction of heavy damage through negligence envisaged by the Article 120, 2 - on infliction of medium-gravity damage through negligence envisaged by the Article 121, 9 - on kidnapping envisaged by the Article 131, 7 – on trafficking or exploitation of a child or a person deprived of opportunity to realize his actions or control them caused by mental disorder envisaged by the Article 132.2, 1 – on illegal deprivation of  freedom envisaged by the Article 133, 2 – on threat to murder, to inflict heavy damage to one’s health or to destroy property envisaged by the Article 137, 4 – on rape envisaged by the Article 138, 10 – on violent sexual actions envisaged by the Article 139, 35 – on sexual intercourse or other sexual acts with a person obviously under 16 envisaged by the Article 141, 25 - on lecherous acts envisaged by the Article 142, 2 – on illegal collecting, keeping, use and dissemination of information pertaining to personal or family life envisaged by the Article 144, 1 – on involving a minor into committal of crime envisaged by the Article 165, 3 – on illegal separation of the child from the parents or substitution of the child envisaged by the Article 167, 25 – on hindering to visits of parent or other close relative to the child envisaged by the Article 167.1, 4 – on sale and purchase of child for the purpose of taking up care envisaged by the Article 168, 1 – on failure to fulfill or improperly fulfill the duty of rearing a child envisaged by the Article 170, 20 - on willful evasion from supporting one’s child by the parent envisaged by the Article 173 and 93 on other crimes.

90 of 340 criminal cases have been completed and with the bill of indictment on 101 people have been sent to court, proceeding of 102 criminal cases has been terminated 73 of them on acquittal, 29 – on non-acquittal base, proceeding of 60 criminal cases has been suspended 14 of which due to the circumstance that the person having committed the crime is under prosecution, 46 – the person having committed the crime is unknown. 17 criminal cases have been sent according to subordination, 18 criminal cases have been combined, 53 criminal cases have been moved to 2022.

Within the above-mentioned criminal cases 182 people have been involved as a defendant 2 of which are between 14 and 16, 11 – between 16 and 18, 96 – between 18 and 35, 73 – over 35 years old. 19 of them have had higher education, 142 – secondary education, 11 – vocational, 10 – elementary education. 13 defendants have been previously convicted.

By status 73 of 182 defendants have been the family members of the minor affected, 8 – pedagogues or employees of educational or medical institution.

Within the mentioned 340 criminal cases 357 people have been found the affected party 200 of which are under 12, 48 – between 12 and 14, 72 – between 14 and 16, 37 – between 16 and 18.

 

 


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