These resources will also provide services for youth who are delinquent, undisciplined or involved in the juvenile court process from intake through aftercare" (2).
The United Nations Guidelines consists of some chapters: Fundamental Principals of the Guidelines, Scope of the Guidelines, General Prevention, Socialization Processes (in turn it consists of the following sections: Family, Education, Community, Mass media), Social Policy, Legislation and Juvenile Justice Administration, and Research, Policy Development and Co-ordination. The purpose of the United Nations programme is to underline the key-point factors of the juvenile delinquency prevention and the main issues to be researched and studied in this topic.
The programme underlines that the prevention of juvenile delinquency is one of the main purposes of our society. A child must be in the center of the Guidelines orientation. All the means of community should be attracted to develop the processes of socialization and juvenile delinquency prevention: "Community-based services and programmes should be developed for the prevention of juvenile delinquency, particularly where no agencies have yet been established. Formal agencies of social control should only be utilized as a means of last resort" (1).
The document also indicates the necessity of the international rights and covenants observance in the process of juvenile delinquency prevention.
The United Nations Guidelines appals to the work with youth and has the description of appropriate means concerning namely juvenile delinquency prevention. But in addition to that, it appals for adults - adult family members, teachers, other community subjects and mass media officials should be reliable for the youth development and their successful adaptation and socialization in our society.
The programme links to school and other educational institutions responsible for juvenile delinquency prevention: "Schools should serve as resource and referral centres for the provision of medical, counselling and other services to young persons, particularly those with special needs and suffering from abuse, neglect, victimization and exploitation" (1). The programme also underlines that educational institutions should pay appropriate attention to the juveniles of high-risk behavior and develop special programmes for deal with youth.
As it is mentioned in the programme, government should play a very important role in juvenile delinquency prevention. Under the governmental guiding appropriate programmes, strategies and methods on youth delinquency prevention should be developed: "Government should begin or continue to explore, develop and implement policies, measures and strategies within and outside the criminal justice system to prevent domestic violence against and affecting young persons and to ensure fair treatment to these victims of domestic violence" (1).
The United Nations Guidelines has no separate programmes for males and females, abused children, children in gangs and drugs abusers, but there are some mentions about these youth categories. Nevertheless the document should have some sections linked to them.