2 edition of Crime, criminals, & the criminal justice system found in the catalog.
Crime, criminals, & the criminal justice system
Teesside Probation Service.
1997 by Teesside Probation Service .
Written in English
Previous editions produced by Cleveland Probation Service.
|Contributions||Cleveland Probation Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Criminal justice reform means much more than merely reforming the criminal justice system. It requires massive changes to and investment in a variety of collateral institutions.
However, despite the assertion at several points that implementing evidence based alternatives will require major cultural and attitudinal shifts at all levels of the criminal justice system, as well as major changes to the basic allocation of criminal justice funding, the book’s proposal for reform remains a profoundly conservative one.
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