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U.S. Criminal Justice Policy : A Contemporary Reader

U.S. Criminal Justice Policy : A Contemporary Reader

ISBN 9781284020250
Edition 2
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Chapter 1: Thinking About Criminal Justice Policy: Process, Players, and Politics Part One: Public Policy and the Criminal Justice System Section: Policing Chapter 2: The Significance of Race in Contemporary Urban Policing Policy Chapter 3 Combative and Cooperative Law Enforcement in Post-September 11th America Chapter 4: Policies Promoting School-Police Partnerships Section: Courts Chapter 5: Procedural Fairness, Criminal Justice Policy, and the Courts Chapter 6: Criminal Justice Policy and Problem-Solving Courts Section: Corrections Chapter 7: U.S. Corrections Policy Since the 1970s Chapter 8: Reentry as a Process Rather Than a Moment Chapter 9: The U.S. Juvenile Justice Policy Landscape Part Two: Crime Policy Intersections Chapter 10: Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Following 9/11 Chapter 11: Through The Looking Glass: Exploring the Relationship Between Contemporary Immigration and Crime Control Policies Chapter 12: Technology and Criminal Justice Policy Chapter 13: White Collar Crime and Public Policy: Crimes of High Finance and Environmental Crimes Chapter 14: Criminal Justice Policy and Transnational Crime: The Case of Anti-Human Trafficking Policy Chapter 15: When is Crime a Public Health Problem?
Overview
Chapter 1: Thinking About Criminal Justice Policy: Process, Players, and Politics Part One: Public Policy and the Criminal Justice System Section: Policing Chapter 2: The Significance of Race in Contemporary Urban Policing Policy Chapter 3 Combative and Cooperative Law Enforcement in Post-September 11th America Chapter 4: Policies Promoting School-Police Partnerships Section: Courts Chapter 5: Procedural Fairness, Criminal Justice Policy, and the Courts Chapter 6: Criminal Justice Policy and Problem-Solving Courts Section: Corrections Chapter 7: U.S. Corrections Policy Since the 1970s Chapter 8: Reentry as a Process Rather Than a Moment Chapter 9: The U.S. Juvenile Justice Policy Landscape Part Two: Crime Policy Intersections Chapter 10: Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Following 9/11 Chapter 11: Through The Looking Glass: Exploring the Relationship Between Contemporary Immigration and Crime Control Policies Chapter 12: Technology and Criminal Justice Policy Chapter 13: White Collar Crime and Public Policy: Crimes of High Finance and Environmental Crimes Chapter 14: Criminal Justice Policy and Transnational Crime: The Case of Anti-Human Trafficking Policy Chapter 15: When is Crime a Public Health Problem?

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