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Criminal justice in Scotland

Hazel Croall

Criminal justice in Scotland

by Hazel Croall

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Published by Willan in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Administration of Criminal justice,
  • Criminal law,
  • Crime

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Hazel Croall, Gerry Mooney, and Mary Munro
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKDC915 .C75 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 292 p. ;
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24823981M
    ISBN 101843927861, 1843927853
    ISBN 109781843927860, 9781843927853
    LC Control Number2011289290
    OCLC/WorldCa475456367

    It considers key areas of Criminal justice policy making in Scotland, in particular the book seeks to consider the extent to which Criminal justice in Scotland is increasingly divergent from other UK jurisdictions as well as pressures that may lead to convergences in particular areas, for instance, in relation to trends in youth justice and penal policy. The book considers the extent to which . Scottish criminal law can also be found in the statute books of the Scottish Parliament such as the Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act ( asp 9) and Prostitution (Public Places) (Scotland) Act ( asp 11) which only apply to Scotland.

      John Hostettler s brand new work is an ideal introduction. It charts all the main developments of criminal justice, from Anglo-Saxon dooms to the Common Law, struggles for political, legislative and judicial ascendency and the formation of the modern-day Criminal Justice System. Among a wealth of topics the book looks at the Rule of Law, the development of the criminal Reviews: 1. Clinical Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings balances theoretical frameworks and research methodology to examine the effective evidence-based practices and principles for populations within the criminal justice system. The book explores the major clinical issues that are relevant for adopting evidence-based practices and demonstrates how.

    Children and the Scottish Criminal Justice System 14 June 16/54 Frazer McCallum This briefing is one of six covering various aspects of the Scottish criminal justice system. It outlines the way in which children (including all young people under the age of 18) who commit offences are dealt with. The other five briefings in this series are:File Size: KB. of criminal justice in Scotland. Duff and Huttonʼs () edited collection on Criminal Justice in Scotland represented what was at the time an extremely valuable collection of work on a wide range of aspects of crime and criminal justice in Scotland. While it did address some of the most distinctive aspects of Scottish.


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Criminal Justice in Scotland will be an essential text for students in Scotland taking courses in criminology, sociology, social policy, social sciences, law and police sciences, as well as Author: Katrina Morrison.

This book offers a critically-informed analysis and understanding of crime and criminal justice in contemporary Scotland. It considers key areas of criminal justice policy making in Scotland; in particular the extent to which criminal justice in Scotland is increasingly divergent from other UK jurisdictions as well as pressures that may lead to convergences in particular areas, for instance, in relation to trends in youth justice 5/5(1).

Criminal Justice in Scotland: overview and prospects, Mary Munro, Gerry Mooney and Hazel Croall. About the Editors. Hazel Croall is Professor Emeritus at Glasgow Caledonian University where she set up and managed the Criminology degree.

She is the author of Crime and Society and co-author of Criminal Justice in England and Wales. Youth crime and justice in Scotland Lesley McAra and Susan McVie This quotation from the report of the Kilbrandon Committee which set up the existing system of juvenile justice in Scotland gives a flavour of the Scottish civic culture which has shaped Scotland’s unique institutions and processes for dealing with young offenders (McAra ).Author: Hazel Croall, Gerry Mooney, Mary Munro.

Criminal justice in Scotland. Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > Scotland > Scotland > Criminal law > Administration of criminal justice. This book offers a critically-informed analysis and understanding of crime and criminal justice in contemporary Scotland. It considers key areas of criminal justice policy making in Scotland; in particular the extent to which criminal justice in Scotland is increasingly divergent from other UK jurisdictions as well as pressures that may lead to convergences in particular areas, for instance, in relation to trends in youth justice.

‘Criminal Justice in Scotland makes a valuable and timely contribution to the growing field of comparative criminology.’ – Pat Carlen, Professor of Criminology, University of Kent ‘At last we have a well-informed and up to date discussion of issues in Scottish criminal justice in one volume Croall, Mooney, Munro and their contributors have done the field, in and beyond Scotland.

Passing the time looking at the magazines and newspapers at the newsagents on the main concourse of Glasgow Central Station, we were struck by the number of books devoted to gangs, gangsters and ‘hard men’, and to serious crime in Glasgow Cited by: 2.

This book offers a critically-informed analysis and understanding of crime and criminal justice in contemporary Scotland. It considers key areas of criminal justice policy making in Scotland; in particular the extent to which criminal justice in Scotland is increasingly divergent from other UK jurisdictions as well as pressures that may lead to convergences in particular 5/5(1).

Mary Munro talks about a new book she edited with Hazel Croall and Gerry Mooney, entitled 'Criminal Justice in Scotland'. The book was published in Decemberfor further details see Criminal Justice in Scotland. In this clip Mary talks about some of the key themes and issues explored in the book.

The Scottish Court System is administered by the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) Scotland has what is known as a three-tier criminal court system. There are, in order of precedence, the High Court of the Judiciary (the High Court), the sheriff courts and justice of File Size: KB. Read "CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN SCOTLAND.

Ed by Peter Duff and Neil Hutton Aldershot: Ashgate, xvi and pp (incl index). ISBN 1 2 (pb). £, Edinburgh Law Review" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

This entry about Crime and criminal justice in Scotland has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Crime and criminal justice in Scotland entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case credited as the.

We will modernise civil and criminal law and the justice system to meet the needs of people in Scotland in the 21st Century. We will work with others to improve health and wellbeing in justice settings, focusing on mental health and substance use. We will work to quickly identify offenders and ensure responses are proportionate, just, effective.

Criminal justice in Scotland. [Peter Duff; Neil Hutton;] -- "Scottish criminal law and procedure are very different from their counterparts elsewhere in the United Kingdom.

This book is the first socio-legal account of the Scottish criminal justice process. The new book Crime, Justice and Society in Scotland features chapters by SCCJR staff on organised crime, desistance and criminal justice policy in Scotland.

The book, edited by Hazel Croall, Gerry Mooney and Mary Munro, is an edited collection of new and topical chapters that builds upon the success of ’s Criminal Justice in Scotland. Peter Duff is Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Aberdeen School of Law.

He is contributing author to: Victims in the Criminal Justice System, The Jury Under Attack, Criminal Injuries Compensation, Juries: A Hong Kong Perspective and Criminal Justice in Scotland. This book offers a critically-informed analysis and understanding of crime and criminal justice in contemporary Scotland.

It considers key areas of criminal justice policy making in Scotland; in particular the extent to which criminal justice in Scotland is increasingly divergent from other UK jurisdictions as well as pressures that may lead to convergences in particular areas, for. Following the publication in late of Criminal Justice in Scotland edited by Croall, Mooney and Munro (Willan/Routledge), this learning resource aims to develop thinking around the key themes in the book, namely the relationships between crime, inequalities, criminal and social justice and the distinctiveness or otherwise of Scottish.

Criminal Justice in Scotland: themes, issues and questions, Hazel Croall, Gerry Mooney and Mary Munro 2. Social Inequalities and Criminal Justice in Scotland, Gerry Mooney, Hazel Croall and Mary Munro 3.

Urban 'disorders', 'problem places' and criminal justice, Alex Law, Gerry Mooney and Gesa Helms Part 2: Issues in Criminal and Social Justice 4. A specialist in the administration of criminal justice, he published extensively on such topics as prosecution, courts, and corrections.

He developed and directed the graduate corrections program at the University of Connecticut and was a Fellow at the National Institute of Justice ().Cited by: The Cabinet Secretary for Justice, commonly referred to as the Justice Secretary, is a position in the Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary has overall responsibility for law and order in Cabinet Secretary is assisted by the Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs.

The current Cabinet Secretary for Justice is Humza Yousaf, who was Appointer: First Minister of Scotland.The Scottish Criminal Justice System: The Criminal Courts 1 June 16/46 Frazer McCallum This briefing is one of six covering various aspects of the Scottish criminal justice system.

It provides a brief description of the operation of the criminal courts in Scotland. The other five briefings in this series are:File Size: KB.