Source: (1990) Freiburg, GER: Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Justice.
An anthology includes papers on mediation, intermediate treatment and community service in the juvenile justice systems of Austria, Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Switzerland and West Germany. Articles include surveys of new developments in Hameln (GER), Rochester (UK) and Saxerriet (SWITZ), societal readiness to view restitution as a form of sanction in Canada, the use of victim-offender mediation in West Germany a Cologne program (“Die Waage”, conciliation programs in Austria, renewed interest in alternatives to jail in Belgium, community service in Switzerland, practice among courts in the Netherlands and community service programs in Canada.
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