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Published by University of Leeds in Leeds, Eng .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Great Britain,
  • Public relations -- Great Britain

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementPeter Nokes.
SeriesOccasional paper / Centre for Social Work and Applied Social Studies -- no. 8, Occasional paper (University of Leeds. Centre for Social Work and Applied Social Studies) -- no. 8
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV8195A2 N64 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination43 p. --
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18855684M

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Police-Community Relations and the Administration of Justice, Ninth Edition, continues the theme of citizen participation, emphasizes why it is critical to the effectiveness of the criminal justice system, and addresses the dynamic nature of police-community relations. The book focuses on the importance of and strategies for positive police. Why is Policy so Important in Criminal Justice? Everyone is affected by the criminal justice system through public policy. Policy represents social control and ensures members of society are compliant and conform to the laws. Policies include issues related: to juvenile justice, drug legislation, intimate partner violence, prison overcrowding. Public opinion is vital to the functioning of the criminal justice system but it is not at all clear how best to establish what this is, and what views people have on different aspects of criminal justice and the criminal justice system. Politicians and the media often assume that the public wants harsher, tougher and longer sentences, and policies may be shaped accordingly.   Profiling and Criminal Justice in America An unbiased examination of profiling in the criminal justice system--one of the most hotly contested public policy issues--on the streets, in the courts, and in the jails and prisons of America. * Presents essays from scholars in the field on both sides of the debate to provide fair and objective.