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Project aims to empower young victims of crime

By Cao Yin  (

16:01, June 17, 2013

Prosecutors with a minor department in the Haidian district of Beijing will upload a project for juvenile victims through their website aiming to enhance interaction with youngsters.

The project, named Four-Leaf Clover and funded by local government, is a new way the prosecuting authority can protect young victims of crime, according to Yang Xin'e, director of the department.

"Previously on our website, we paid more attention to young suspects, hoping to understand their life in rehabilitation," she said. "But young victims' rights and mental health should also be taken into consideration."

The department established its micro blog and website in 2012, during development of an online parent conference last Children's Day, she said.

"We prefer to publish how to prevent minors from crimes and damages on the Internet rather than broadcast controversial cases. After all, minors are different from adults," she explained.

Haidian District People's Procuratorate is the first authority that uses new media in juvenile prosecution across the capital, while its micro blog on Sina has nearly 2,000 fans.

"Spreading awareness of juvenile crime prevention with new media can attract more people, especially youth, who we strive to protect," she added.

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