Criminal Justice 2000: Strategies for a New Century (Charities Management Series)

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A comprehensive outline of criminal justice in the UK at the turn of the century by three of the UK's leading exponents and that contains suggestions for restorative justice approaches for the future.

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Michael Cavadino, Iain Crow and James Dignan are three leading observers of British criminal justice. They explain how modern practitioners and politicians ought to be thinking in 2000 and beyond and assess the prospects for the above strategies in the new century. They are all at the Centre for Criminological and Legal Research, University of Sheffield.

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Book Description Waterside Press, United Kingdom, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 214 x 146 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This key addition to Waterside s Criminal Policy contains many valuable insights into criminal policy-making in Britain - a process typified in recent years by political manoeuvring, irreconcilable sentencing aims, a lack of coherence and divisive attitudes, including, so the authors argue, attempts at reform being undermined through judicial independence ). A first-rate analysis of the competing strategies by three of the UK s leading commentators - which proceeds from a restorative justice standpoint and is rapidly establishing itself as a key text for criminal justice and criminal policy courses across the UK. Ever since Jack Straw replaced Michael Howard as British Home Secretary in May 1997, the New Labour government has been taking the criminal justice system in new directions. But what is the nature of New Labour criminal justice policy?What strategic options does the government really have for dealing with the problems of crime and punishment - and where is it likely to take us in future? This timely book analyses past and present policies in British criminal justice and distills a set of three broad options for the future. Strategy A is the futile, expensive and doomed quest to control crime by ever-increasing levels of harsh punishment. Strategy B is the managerial, bureaucratic approach which tries to achieve maximum efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Strategy C is the principled approach which seeks to protect the human rights of both offenders and victims by means such as rehabilitation, reintegration and restorative justice. Criminal Justice 2000 is rapidly becoming a landmark publication - a standard text attracting wide attention from lawyers, practitioners and academics across the criminal process. It is an analysis of criminal justice at the millennium by three of the UK s leading commentators. Bookseller Inventory # AAZ9781872870779

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Book Description Waterside Press. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Criminal Justice 2000: Strategies for a New Century, Mick Cavadino, Iain Crow, James Dignan, This key addition to Waterside's "Criminal Policy" contains many valuable insights into criminal policy-making in Britain - a process typified in recent years by political manoeuvring, irreconcilable sentencing aims, a lack of coherence and divisive attitudes, including, so the authors argue, attempts at reform being undermined through 'judicial independence'). A first-rate analysis of the competing strategies by three of the UK's leading commentators - which proceeds from a restorative justice standpoint and is rapidly establishing itself as a key text for criminal justice and criminal policy courses across the UK. Ever since Jack Straw replaced Michael Howard as British Home Secretary in May 1997, the New Labour government has been taking the criminal justice system in new directions. But what is the nature of New Labour criminal justice policy?What strategic options does the government really have for dealing with the problems of crime and punishment - and where is it likely to take us in future? This timely book analyses past and present policies in British criminal justice and distills a set of three broad options for the future. Strategy A is the futile, expensive and doomed quest to control crime by ever-increasing levels of harsh punishment. Strategy B is the managerial, bureaucratic approach which tries to achieve maximum efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Strategy C is the principled approach which seeks to protect the human rights of both offenders and victims by means such as rehabilitation, reintegration and restorative justice. "Criminal Justice 2000" is rapidly becoming a 'landmark publication' - a standard text attracting wide attention from lawyers, practitioners and academics across the criminal process. It is an analysis of criminal justice at the millennium by three of the UK's leading commentators. Bookseller Inventory # B9781872870779

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