Experiencia-modelo piloto de los talleres de seguridad vial, como alternativa a la pena privativa de libertad en los delitos contra la seguridad vial

For some of the off enses against road security in Spain, the current punishment is the so-called �trabajos en benefi cio de la comunidad� �TBC� (community benefi t work). But, in practice, implementation problems have been found and particularly, among others, by the increasing commission of traffi... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Germán Mancebo, Isabel
Beste egile batzuk: Ocáriz Passevant, Estefanía
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Dirección de Investigación Criminal (DIJIN) 2012
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Laburpena: For some of the off enses against road security in Spain, the current punishment is the so-called �trabajos en benefi cio de la comunidad� �TBC� (community benefi t work). But, in practice, implementation problems have been found and particularly, among others, by the increasing commission of traffi c off enses and the lack of enough social work posts or vacancies required to perform these community tasks. Both the recent amendment of the Criminal Code and the regulatory legislation help develop the �TBCs� by means of road security workshops described in this article. They seem to give a purpose to this alternative to custodial sentences or detention orders and have become of utmost interest as one of the fi rst experiences of this nature in Spain. The workshops that were developed on a monthly basis during 2010 are described, from their fi rst year of experience in Guipuzcoa (in the Basque autonomous Community) by detailing their structure, dynamics and tasks of both training and public interest nature carried out by the inmates. The implementation of these workshops has mitigated the diff erences perceived in the application of the TBC punishment by providing it with a purpose and overcoming the criticism to which it had been exposed. These workshops have responded in an effi cient matter to the preventive role they have been attributed in terms of road security