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American Criminal Justice Philosophy: What’s Old-What’s New?

Blakely, Curtis
June 4, 2015

Source: (1999) Federal Probation 63(1).

Provides an overview of the underlying objectives of the early criminal justice system in the United States. Historical review of the police; Contemporary policing issues; Historical review of corrections; Contemporary correctional issues; Comparison proactive policing and proactive corrections.


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