Comparative Criminal Justice Systems: A Topical Approach
Following a natural progression from law, police, courts, to corrections, this text explores these topics, individually, by using over 30 different countries to show the different ways policing, adjudication and corrections can be carried out.
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Taking an International Perspective
Strategies Under the Descriptive Approach
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