He was expected since May 1.
The government presents this Wednesday a renovated plan to fight against gangs, announced in early March after two violent brawls in Essonne where a schoolgirl and a 14-year-old schoolboy had been killed.
This plan aims to "prevent the appearance of violent groups", "strengthen monitoring and police action" and "improve judicial and criminal responses," said Matignon in a press release.
Concretely, the plan wants to fight against "the increase in increasingly violent clashes", the "rejuvenation of the audiences involved" and "the impact of social networks and instant messaging" on young people.
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Among the measures planned are the extension of the reception hours of leisure centers until 8 p.m. in “areas marked by long commuting times between home and work” or the “creation” of social worker positions in the centers. police stations and gendarmeries.
The “development” of mediators at school will also be “encouraged”, the statement said.
Increased surveillance, both virtual and real
The plan, which associates eleven ministries under the authority of the Prime Minister, also provides for the "development" of local crime control groups (GLTD), on the model of that set up in Paris which associates the police, town hall and services. educational programs under the aegis of the public prosecutor's office.
He calls for a "reinforced monitoring of social networks and instant messaging" to "exploit the precursor signals of abuses" and collect information on "protagonists and modus operandi".
It also calls for "strengthening of surveillance and presence on public roads".
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The government also encourages the police to mobilize all investigative techniques (video protection, use of mobile phones or technical and scientific police).
It also urges them to seize the specialized investigation services when the facts allow it.
He also wants to promote certain legal measures such as publication bans in order to "put an end to group dynamics", community service (TIG) or the obligation to follow education or training within the framework of judicial review.
According to the Ministry of the Interior, 357 clashes between gangs had been recorded in 2020, up nearly 25% from the 288 recorded in 2019. Sunday evening in Rouen, a 16-year-old teenager was killed during a brawl between rival bands.