The Penal System: An Introduction
Now in its fifth edition, The Penal System: An Introduction remains the most complete, accessible and authoritative resource for your studies in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Fully revised and updated to account for recent changes in the Criminal Justice System, the new edition includes:
The Penal System consolidates and builds on the successful formula of the fourth edition, bringing the text in line with the key issues facing the Criminal Justice System today. It will prove essential reading across all undergraduate levels for modules on Criminal Justice and Prisons/Punishment.
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inroads into criminal justice practice. Restorative justice (also sometimes known
as reparative or relational justice) seeks to restore or repair the relations between
the offender, the victim and the community, which have been damagedby ...
The objectives of restorative justice may be pursued by a variety of methods,
which seek to provide an opportunity for those affected by the offence
todeliberate togetheron themost appropriate way of responding to it.Thethree
Labour government published a strategy for restorative justice (Home Office,
2003b: 4), stating that 'restorative justice can have an important part to play at all
stages of the criminal justice system'. The Criminal JusticeActofthe sameyear ...
Restorative justice has increasingly been linked to and underpinned by a
generaltheory of crime and punishment propoundedby John Braithwaite (1989).
Braithwaite claims that successful societal responses to crime are
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