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Source: Government of New Caledonia

The agreement between the State, the national directorate for the judicial Protection of youth (PJJ) and the government of New Caledonia has been renewed on the 29th of October. This partnership of training will allow an increasing competence of the personnel from new caledonia to better support youth at risk and juvenile offenders.

This new agreement, the fth signed on this day, established a training plan strengthened for executives, as educators of the directorate of judicial Protection of childhood and youth (DPJEJ) which shall exercise the jurisdiction in regard to the handling of child offenders and/or in danger on the set of the New Caledonia. Concretely, through this partnership, up to six officers from the DPJEJ be able to be formed into the contest as an educator, and up to two will be able to follow a training director at the national School of youth judicial protection (ENPJJ). To compensate for the lack of personal caledonians sent for training, the agreement also provides for the provision of the agents of the State to New Caledonia. “The possibility of the secondment of professionals to the judicial protection of youth brings a real “plus” to the convention, stresses Madeleine Mathieu, director of the PJJ. This collaboration seems to me to be very fruitful at the end of the visit that I just made (read the box). Of very positive developments are being carried out in support of the young people supported by the DPJEJ, including the prevention of school-leavers who are even inspiring for my own services ! “

Improvement of the devices

“This tool has greatly improved the devices support, particularly from 2015 when the service was experiencing difficulties. With this convention, the DPJEJ benefits of high-quality training, but also of national staff qualified the time that our agents are trained. All of this goes in the right direction in order to better care for the youth in difficulty “, says the president of the government of Thierry Santa.For Didier Poidyaliwane, newly in charge of the sector of the protection of children and youth in the government, it is also imperative to find ” how to be more involved customary authorities in the implementation of the devices of the DPJEJ on the ground “.

Reopening of the home of Païta

The high commissioner is also satisfied from these exchanges for the benefit in particular of the prevention of delinquency among minors. “We have also signed an agreement with the president of the government for the modernization of the websites of the DPJEJ. Three structures will be refurbished for an amount of around 350 million swiss francs in the framework of the development contract 2017-2021, ” recalls Laurent Prévost. Among these facilities, the focus of educational action of Païta (FAEP), which was suspended from April 2017, is the subject of the most important work. However, the FAEP appears as the ” missing link “, and must in the scheme of placement judicial DPJEJ. It should reopen its doors in December 2019.

The visit of the youth judicial protection service

Madeleine Mathieu, director of the judicial Protection of youth (PJJ), and Dominique Simon, area director of the judicial Protection of Youth, Île-de-France/overseas are in New Caledonia from 27 October to 1 November. On this occasion, they visited several sites of the DPJEJ whose focus on educational action of Nouville, the unit for educational prevention of school dropout and workshops of the day, and the yard of the home on educational action of Païta.

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