MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from English to French –
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Violence, school bullying, provocation to suicide in schools … The practical guides of Service.public.fr guide you in your steps to obtain the useful advices, to alert the competent services and to seize justice.
The victim can also get advice and listen to dedicated services:
“No to harassment” at 3020: this service welcomes youth or parents, victims or witnesses of harassment at school. It is open throughout the year from Monday to Friday from 9h to 20h and Saturday from 9h to 18h, except holidays, free call and service from a landline or mobile;
“Net Écoute” on 0800 200 000: to ask your questions anonymously and confidentially about online harassment. This service is open from Monday to Friday from 9h to 19h, free call and service.
She can also contact an association of the network to help victims of school violence France Victims
The victim can to complain at the police station or the gendarmerie brigade.
For acts committed by a minor, the law provides for a prison sentence of up to 6 months in case of harassment up to 3 and a half years for a case of school violence and a maximum fine of € 7,500.
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