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Key Issues in Criminal Justice
2004
Format: Book
A book to encourage people to consider the criminal justice system in Australia, to improve policies in legal administration. Current issues are examined, including support for crime victims, therapeutic jurisprudence, conferencing, privatisation and specialist courts for sentencing
Law and Lawmaking Law Law and order Criminal justice system Criminal justice administration Criminology, Australia Government policy, Australia Sentencing Aboriginal issues Victimology Victimisation Policing, South Australia Restorative justice
Table of contents
Introduction - The criminal justice process - Karen Earle, Rick Sarre and John Tomaino
Psychological intersections in criminal justice - Vikki Booth
Policing - Tim Prenzler and Rick Sarre
Sentencing theory - John Tomaino and Andreas Kapardis
Punishement and corrections - John Tomaino and Andreas Kapardis
Restorative justice - Rick Sarre and Karen Earle
Therapeutic jurisprudence: the tole of forensic psychology - Astrid Birgden
Victimology: an introduction to the notion of criminal victimisation - Michael O'Connell
Indigenous Australians and justice process - Rick Sarre and Syd Sparrow
The privatisation of policing - Tim Prenzler
Policy-making in criminal justice - Rick Sarre and Darren Parker
Published: Australian Humanities Press; Unley, South Australia
Shelf Number: La12
Acquisiton Number: 1880
ISBN: 958596263

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