A major escort is scheduled for August 11 to bring a young offender before a juvenile judge in his jurisdiction. From Saint-Nazaire to Grasse, the team must cover 1,200 kilometres.
Four vehicles and 12 national police officers for a 16-year-old minor: this is the astonishing device mobilized to move a young man transferred from Saint-Nazaire (Loire-Atlantique) to Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes).
According to France Bleu Loire Océan, the individual would be targeted in the context of a case of willful violence. He had to join the competent court to be present on site at 9 a.m., thus causing a heavy trip for the police.
A criminal’s carbon bill
The itinerary of the young delinquent, described in Le Figaro, will have mobilized the services of the cities of Saint-Nazaire, Bordeaux, Toulouse and Nîmes. The procedure also involves the presence of three police officers per vehicle transporting the individual. A real epic against the current trend to want to limit travel for ecological reasons.
In the case of the young offender, his return to Grasse from Saint-Nazaire is explained by the fact that he is heard in the context of a case of willful violence dating back to June 4 in a detention center in the city of the Alps. . -Maritimes. Only a Grasse children’s judge could therefore hear him in this case.
A violent individual
Placed in a closed educational center (CEF) in Saint-Nazaire at the beginning of the summer, the young delinquent from Grasse had, on August 9, beaten up two educators from the center which welcomed him. The two assaulted staff members received a medical certificate noting five days of total incapacity for work and decided to file a complaint. According to police sources quoted by Le Figarohe would also have been guilty of damaging the furniture of the CEF which welcomed him in Saint-Nazaire.
Often placed in closed educational centers far from their homes to cut them off from their associations, young offenders generate significant expenses and mobilize staff.
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