Certain to stimulate thinking and debate in academic and professional arenas, Emerging Criminal Justice presents a new model for crime control that replaces the `war on crime' and other failed models. The book avoids the use of unnecessarily complex language and phraseology, but cuts straight to the heart of what Paul H Hahn refers to as the `three pillars for a new proactive criminal justice system' that include: expanded notions of community policing; community corrections; and restorative justice.
The book invites its readers to take a good look at the entire criminal justice system, as a whole, and consider a new paradigm for understanding and correcting the system and most of its elements.
THE NEED FOR A PROACTIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Emerging Criminal Justice
Understanding and Controlling Violence
THREE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR A NEW PROACTIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM