4 edition of Forum on Crime and Society 2003 (International Review of Criminal Policy) found in the catalog.
|Statement||United Nations Pubns|
|Publishers||United Nations Pubns|
|LC Classifications||August 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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The court first sentences an offender to imprisonment and then, if the offender consents and is assessed as suitable, the term may be served through monitored home detention. The justification brought forward by the accused is linked to a different conception of parental authority and the role of the pater familias, a different code of conduct for women, especially with regard to the relationship between men and women.
As Greg Duncan and Katherine Magnusonp.
van Duyne, Georgios Antonopoulos eds. While there is a rich theoretical and empirical literature on communities and crime, up until recently less was known about the effectiveness of community crime-prevention programs.Human dimensions in organised crime, money laundering and corruption, Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2013, pp.
It seemingly holds much promise for preventing crime, but less is known about its effectiveness. Furthermore, the Coalition seeks to advance discussions on key issues covered by the Convention, including:• The majority of feminist movements challenge the idea that multicultural policies provide better freedom and security for all members of a group.
These measures are more correctly referred to as crime control or repression. Many types of prevention programs, especially those that focus on adolescents, involve justice personnel such as police or probation officers.
van Duyne, Miroslav Scheinost, Georgios A. Lessons Learned or Lessons Forgotten? New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Pre-trial Electronic monitoring may be a condition upon which a defendant is released on bail.
A country review process follows these phases:• Also, the less onerous conditions of home detention with electronic monitoring may result in some victims and the public perceiving some offenders as being dealt with too leniently. Its inclusion in this volume is meant to be an important reminder of a key policy conclusion in our field: it is never too early and never too late to effectively intervene to reduce criminal offending Loeber and Farringtonforthcoming.; Cohen, ; Ferrell, ; Miller, ; Nwalozie.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of parent training for children up to age five years, by Alex Piquero and Wesley Jennings, shows that this intervention is effective in reducing antisocial behavior and delinquency.
Their review of prevention programs confirms that most studies continue to focus on male offending; the mostly poor evaluation designs of existing programs for girls and adolescent females prohibit a valid assessment of effectiveness, and a gendered analysis of mixed programs is often lacking.
, Tomas Stremy, Jackie Harvey, Georgios A.