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Whose criminal justice?: state or community?

Whose criminal justice?: state or community?

Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD7869

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  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Katherine Doolin
  • Language: English
  • Publication Information: Waterside Press 2011
  • Publication Type (Medium): Electronic resource, Electronic books
  • Material: Document, Internet resource
  • Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
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  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Number of Editions: 6 editions
  • First edition Date: 2010
  • Last edition Date: 2011
  • Languages: British English
  • Library of Congress Code: KD7869
  • Dewey Code: 345.41
  • ISBN: 190653490X 9781906534905
  • OCLC: 741455212

Main Contents

Introduction: The Changing Politics of Law and Order
John Raine and Paul Keasey
A Changing Context
The Problem of Public Confidence
The New Localism
Regulatory State or Empowered Communities?
Limiting Criminal Justice and Regulation: The 'Freedom' Perspective
Andrew Sanders
The Relationship Between Criminal Justice and Regulation
Frameworks of Analysis: Models and Aims of Criminal Justice A New Framework: The 'Freedom' ApproachRegulating Criminal Justice
Risk, Pre-Emption, and the Limits of the Criminal Law
John Child and Adrian Hunt
Pre-emptive Offences and Other Criminal Offences Distinguished
A Search for Coherence
Criminalising the Purchase of Sexual Services: The Use of Strict Liability as a Form of Risk Management?
Jessica Elliott
Criminalising the Prostitute User: Tackling the 'Demand'
Why Target the Purchaser?
Is Criminal Sanction Justified? ConclusionThe ASBO: Regulating Behaviour and Manipulating Law
Theresa Lynch
The ASBO: Background and Context
The Civil Classification of the ASBO: Subverting the Right to Fair Trial
A Criminal Classification: Re-asserting the Right to a Fair Trial?
Managing Risk and Changing Priorities for Probation Practice and Youth Justice
Kathryn Farrow, Gill Kelly and Bernadette Wilkinson
Risk and Community Protection
Impact on Practice
Risk Assessment Tools
Risk-led Approaches Managerialism and the Growth of Information TechnologyImpact on Offenders
(In)Security, Risk, Muslim Communities, Policing and the 'New Terrorism'
Shamila Ahmed and Basia Spalek
'New Terrorism' Discourse and the Pathologisation of Muslim Minorities
'New Terrorism' Discourse and Counter-terrorism Legislation
'New Terrorism', Policing and Community Engagement
Muslim Communities' Perceptions of Risk and (in)Securities
Empowered Communities as Local Stakeholders in Criminal Justice Empowering Communities through Restorative JusticeKatherine Doolin
An Understanding of Restorative Justice
Strengthening and Empowering Communities through Restorative Justice
The Challenge of Empowering Communities through Restorative Justice
Safer Communities and Community Justice
David Prior
Crime, Disorder and Community Justice
Regulating Safer Communities
Safer Communities in Practice
Community Justice and the Courts:'A Step Forwards, Backwards or Sideways?
John Raine

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Community policing
Criminal justice, Administration of
Criminal law
Great Britain
Law enforcement
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