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Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice


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Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice offers the very best in research on criminal justice systems around the world, offering fresh insights on a range of topics in criminal procedure, including policing, prisons, courts, youth justice, community measures, rehabilitation, victimology and forensics science.

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Impending Challenges to Penal Moderation in France and Germany A Strained Restraint

Impending Challenges to Penal Moderation in France and Germany: A Strained Restraint

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Edited By Kirstin Drenkhahn, Fabien Jobard, Tobias Singelnstein
June 23, 2023

This book investigates the penal cultures in France and Germany - how it is shaped in politics, media, and public opinion. Although compared with the U.S. or the United Kingdom, France and Germany seem to place a strong emphasis on the ideal of rehabilitation that would block excessive punishment ...

Maritime Crime and Policing

Maritime Crime and Policing

1st Edition

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Edited By Yarin Eski, Martin Wright
April 28, 2023

This book offers a unique and scholarly perspective on a little studied subject: maritime crime and policing. The seas and oceans cover 70 percent of the earth’s surface, and 90 percent of world trade by volume travels by sea. Furthermore, the refugee crisis has produced an in-flow of people ...

Sexual History Evidence in Rape Trials Is the Jury Out

Sexual History Evidence in Rape Trials: Is the Jury Out

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By Charlotte Herriott
March 16, 2023

This book provides an in-depth examination of current, high-profile debates about the use of sexual history evidence in rape trials and presents original findings regarding the impact of this evidence on jurors. The book presents findings of the first research in England and Wales that has ...

The Politics of Prison Crowding A Critical Analysis of the Italian Prison System

The Politics of Prison Crowding: A Critical Analysis of the Italian Prison System

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By Simone Santorso
February 14, 2023

The Politics of Prison Crowding investigates recent transformations in Italy’s penal system to make the key analytical observation that conditions of overcrowding have become the ‘new normal’ under which the modern prison system continues to operate and deliver punishment. Engaging with the ...

Disassembling Police Culture

Disassembling Police Culture

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By Mike Rowe
February 10, 2023

Drawing on six years of ethnographic research, this book critically examines police culture, exploring police behaviours, decisionmaking and actions. Police culture is a concept widely used, often critically, to characterise the working attitudes and behaviours of (usually uniformed) police ...

Exploring High-risk Offender Treatment and the Role of Music Therapy

Exploring High-risk Offender Treatment and the Role of Music Therapy

1st Edition

By Louise Sicard
January 09, 2023

Exploring High-risk Offender Treatment and the Role of Music Therapy explores the treatment delivered to high-risk offenders with complex needs, focusing on sex and violent offenders. The book advocates for the further use of less traditional and creative therapies, in particular, music therapy. ...

Protest Policing and Human Rights A Dialogical Approach

Protest Policing and Human Rights: A Dialogical Approach

1st Edition

By Michael Smith
December 30, 2022

This book examines protest policing and the toolbox of options available to police commanders in response. The right to peacefully protest is intrinsic to democracy and embedded in British history and tradition. The police are responsible for managing public order and facilitating peaceful protest ...

The Evolving Protection of Prisoners’ Rights in Europe

The Evolving Protection of Prisoners’ Rights in Europe

1st Edition

Edited By Gaëtan Cliquennois
December 30, 2022

The Evolving Protection of Prisoners’ Rights in Europe explores the development of the framing of penal and prison policies by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), clarifying the European expectations of national authorities, and describing the various models existing in Europe, with a view ...

The English Prison Health System After a Decade of Austerity, 2010-2020 The Failed Political Experiment

The English Prison Health System After a Decade of Austerity, 2010-2020: The Failed Political Experiment

1st Edition

By Nasrul Ismail
November 21, 2022

Austerity has reconfigured and scaled back the governance and delivery of public services and negatively affected society’s most vulnerable groups. This book opens up the closed world of English prisons to examine its impact on prison health governance and healthcare delivery. It argues that ...

Understanding the Educational Experiences of Imprisoned Men (Re)education

Understanding the Educational Experiences of Imprisoned Men: (Re)education

1st Edition

By Helen Nichols
September 26, 2022

Understanding the Educational Experiences of Imprisoned Men explores how adult male prisoners interpret and give value to their experiences of education, presenting an opportunity to consider how education can be beneficial to prisoners including and beyond the enhancement of employability skills. ...

Predictive Policing and Artificial Intelligence

Predictive Policing and Artificial Intelligence

1st Edition

Edited By John McDaniel, Ken Pease
August 29, 2022

This edited text draws together the insights of numerous worldwide eminent academics to evaluate the condition of predictive policing and artificial intelligence (AI) as interlocked policy areas. Predictive and AI technologies are growing in prominence and at an unprecedented rate. Powerful digital...

A Restorative Approach to Family Violence Feminist Kin-Making

A Restorative Approach to Family Violence: Feminist Kin-Making

1st Edition

By Joan Pennell
July 08, 2022

A Restorative Approach to Family Violence looks back at an early and successful demonstration of a family and culturally based model to stop severe family violence. This conferencing model, called family group decision making, was applied by three diverse Canadian communities—Inuit, rural, and ...

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