European Criminal Justice and Policy

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Marc Cools, Brice De Ruyver, Marleen Easton, Paul Ponsaers
Maklu, 2012 - Law - 230 pages
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Reviewing European policy with respect to different phases in the criminal justice chain, the contributions in this book range from looking into the extension of criminalization in the sphere of trafficking in human beings and labor exploitation, to the operability of cross-border execution of sentences involving deprivation of liberty. Most contributions look into the need to develop a conceptual framework to support future policy making, pointing to the lack thereof with respect to liability of legal persons, ne bis in idem as an EU principle, cross-border effect of disqualifications, and cooperation with private security actors. One essay looks into the public expenditure in different phases of the criminal justice chain, based on a case study on the public expenditure of Belgian drug policy. Additionally, from a historical and comparative perspective, the book analyzes specific European and Chinese interrogation rules to provide a solid context for the current situation and to support future legal reforms. (Series: Governance of Security (GofS) Research Paper - Vol. 7)
 

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Contents

Intro
9
deprivation of liberty
17
the need for flanking measures
29
Conclusion
37
Method
44
Discussion
56
Ne bis in idem applied
65
Ne bis as an issue with EUwide effect
80
Case study on working with children
132
Cultural Relativism and Universal Fair Interrogation Standards in Europe
143
The Evolution of Criminal Interrogation Rules in China
155
Conclusion
166
Outstanding policy decisions
177
Scope ratione personae
180
Scope ratione materiae
189
Conclusion
197

Conclusion
87
towards a European private security model
93
private security in France the Nordic
99
where do we go from here?
108
Considerations for a future EU policy on disqualifications
115
Proposed future disqualification regimes
123
Criminalisation of demandside actors of trafficking in human beings
205
Criminalisation of demandside actors
213
Conclusion
222
Participating Reviewers
229
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