Justice in the Deep North: A Historical Perspective on Crime and Punishment in Queensland

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Bond University Press, 2003 - Crime - 204 pages
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In contrast with its reputation for harsh criminal justice and corrupt politics, Queensland was also the first state to abolish the death penalty and also establish a police juvenile aid bureau. As this book reveals, many of the systems current practices are promisingly progressive and democratic.

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