Article 192 of the Penal Code

  Penal Code

1. Those sentenced to prison for one or more crimes included in this Title will also be subject to supervised release, which will be carried out after the custodial sentence. The duration of said measure will be five to ten years, if any of the crimes are serious, and one to five years if it is one or more less serious crimes. In the latter case, when it is a single crime committed by a primary offender, the court may or may not impose the measure of supervised release based on the least dangerous nature of the perpetrator.

2. The ascendants, guardians, curators, custodians, teachers or any other person in legal or de facto charge of the minor or person with disabilities in need of special protection, who intervene as authors or accomplices in the perpetration of the crimes included in this Title, They will be punished with the penalty that corresponds to them, in the upper half.

This rule will not apply when the circumstance contained therein is specifically contemplated in the criminal offense in question.

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3. The judicial authority may also reasonably impose the penalty of deprivation of parental authority or the penalty of special disqualification for the exercise of parental rights. guardianship, conservatorship, guardianship or foster care, for a period of six months to six years, and the penalty of disqualification for employment or public office or exercise of the profession or trade, paid or unpaid, for a period of six months to six years.

The judicial authority will impose on the persons responsible for the crimes included in this title, without damage of the penalties that correspond in accordance with the preceding articles, a penalty of special disqualification for any profession, trade or activities, whether paid or not, that entails regular and direct contact with minors, for a period of between five and twenty. years to the duration of the prison sentence imposed in the sentence if the crime was serious, and between two and twenty years if it were less serious, in both cases the number of crimes will be proportional to the seriousness of the crime. committed and the circumstances that occur in the convicted person.

art 192 cp

Article 192 of Penal Code Spanish refers to certain special rules for those sentenced to prison for one or more crimes against sexual freedom and indemnity.

Following the update published on 06/05/2021 that enters into force on 06/25/2021, section 3 is modified by final provision 6.25 of Organic Law 8/2021, of June 4. Previously, he said the following:

3. The judge or court may also reasonably impose the penalty of deprivation of parental authority or the penalty of special disqualification for the exercise of the rights of parental authority, guardianship, curatorship, custody or foster care, for a period of six months to six years, and the penalty of disqualification from employment or public office or exercise of the profession or trade, for a period of six months to six years. Those responsible for the commission of any of the crimes in Chapters II bis or V will be imposed, in any case, and without prejudice to the penalties that correspond in accordance with the preceding articles, a penalty of special disqualification for any profession or trade, whether paid or unpaid, that entails regular and direct contact with minors for a period greater than between three and five years than the duration of the prison sentence imposed in the sentence, or for a period of two to ten years when a prison sentence had not been imposed, proportionally taking into account the seriousness of the crime, the number of crimes committed and the circumstances of the convicted person.

Article 192.3 – Modified with effect from 06/25/2021