Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems : Policing, Judiciary, and Corrections

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Comparative Criminal Procedure: A Select Bibliography

His major research interests include comparative criminal justice, the history of criminal justice, civilian oversight of law enforcement, and the organization and management of criminal justice. We are always looking for ways to improve customer experience on Elsevier.

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Butterworth-Heinemann Woburn, MA These 12 articles describe the criminal justice systems of various countries and compare and contrast effective systems with those proven less than adequate. The volume begins with an analysis of the nature of comparative and international criminal justice, with emphasis on the reasons for studying comparative criminal justice systems given the reality of differences in customs, traditions, standards, values, and criminal law across cultures.

The second section focuses on the criminal justice systems of the United States, Denmark, and the United Kingdom; the third section, the systems of Nigeria and Sierra Leone in Africa; and the final section, the Asian countries of China and Japan. These begin with chapters dealing with complete criminal justice systems, followed by chapters dealing with an agency of the system being discussed.

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