Integrating a Victim Perspective Within Criminal Justice: International Debates
Adam Crawford, Jo Goodey
Ashgate, Jan 1, 2000 - Law - 318 pages
As numerous academic and political commentators have noted, the implications of introducing a victim's perspective into the delicate balance between state and offender is likely to be a key issue in the future of criminal justice. This volume seeks to outline the contours of the relevant debates, drawing together contributions from prominent international and national commentators, from areas including criminology, law, philosophy, social policy, politics and sociology.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
An Overview of Key Themes
Victims as Consumers of the Criminal Justice System?
10 other sections not shown
argued Ashworth Aylesbury Braithwaite burglary cautioning Cavadino Chapter compensation concept concerns conferencing context court crime prevention Crime Victims criminal justice agencies criminal justice process criminal justice system Criminal Law Review Crown Prosecution Service debates decisions defendant developed countries Dignan Dijk effects example experiences Family Group Conferences harm Home Office individual victim integrate a victim interests International involved issues juvenile London mediation Milton Keynes nal justice offender's outcomes penal person police practice problems procedures prosecution punishment question rape rehabilitation reintegrative reintegrative shaming reparation repeat victims response restorative justice retributive Review of Victimology role Sebba sentencing Shapland social society tion tive UNICRI victim impact statements Victim in Criminal victim input Victim Participation victim perspective victim statements Victim Support victim-centred victims and offenders victims and witnesses victims of burglary Victims of Crime Victims Survey violence against women Walgrave young offenders Zealand