Prosecutor’s Delegates

A Public Prosecutor’s delegate may be an individual or an authorised association, appointed by the Public Prosecutor to implement, at the request and under the supervision of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, any of the alternative measures to criminal prosecution for “low-level offences” (reprimands, criminal mediation, reparation measures, criminal settlement, etc.).

After a probationary period of one year, a prosecutor’s delegate is then authorised by the judicial authority to perform their duties for five years.

They work on behalf of adults and/or minors in the courts or in law centres.

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