Comparative criminal justice systems: a topical approach
Now in its third edition, "Comparative Criminal Justice Systems" offers an expanded and updated look at how criminal justice is practiced around the world. With topical coverage of how different countries handle police, courts, and corrections, author Philip Reichel contrasts the American CJ system with several others around the globe, and offers suggestions for change. A must-read for any serious criminal justice student, "Comparative Criminal Justice Systems" is a book that can be read and appreciated internationally.
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Review: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems: A Topical Approach (5th Edition)User Review - Jennifer - Goodreads
This text was required for my Comparative Justice class. It was interesting reading, comparing the United States legal system with other countries. It's important to understand how other legal systems ... Read full review
Review: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems: A Topical Approach (5th Edition)User Review - Goodreads
Good way to learn about the criminal justice system in different cultures and countries.
Taking an International Perspective
Strategies Under the Descriptive Approach
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