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Sex Crimes in South Korea
Transcript of Sex Crimes in South Korea
GAC014 AE3 SME25440 Yea-won Kim
1. Actual condition in Korea
Sexual crime statistic
Serial murderer: more than 7 times (06~09)
at least 8 people
Rapist & Murderer (10)
Death penalty -> Life imprisonment
Child sexual assault
Death penalty -> 12yrs imprisonment
3. Sexual crime
4. Other penalties related to sex crimes
Prolonged period of attaching electric tagging (2010).
Sexual Crime =
Chemical Castration (2012).
- Pedophiles against aged under 15
- First Chemical Castration: Jan. 2013
Family/Friends can sue offenders on behalf of the victim (2013).
Sexual Offender Alarm (2010).
2. Korean Sexual Criminals
Sexual Offenders and events
on Sexual Crime
victims in 2013.
20 - 30
16 - 20
Over 13: Increased overall 3 yrs. (Max. 16yrs)
Under 13 & disabled:
Increased overall 1.5 yrs.
No sexual decision
Bodily injured or resulting in death:
over 13 yrs, or life imprisonment
Aggravated when accused under the influence of alcohol or drug.
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