2014 • $52.00 • 530 pp • paperTeacher's Manual available
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This is a time of fast-paced change on the global stage, especially with respect to issues of crime, law, and justice. There is a consequent need to examine and reexamine national and international laws and institutions charged with responding to these issues. This book does just that, and beautifully. It is especially exciting to see the representation of new, younger scholars included here who have taken up the task.
— Jim Finckenauer
Professor Emeritus and Professorial Fellow
Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Readers looking for a comprehensive review of the state of the art issues in international law enforcement and justice issues will find it in this book. It significantly enhances our knowledge of policing subordinate sovereignties, the role of international justice organizations, human rights violations against minority groups, and the more contemporary topics of war crimes, terrorism, maritime piracy, and human trafficking. It is fascinating reading for all those who are interested in keeping pace with the growing field of worldwide problems in criminal justice.
— Freda Adler, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor and Director, Master of Science Program
in Criminology, University of Pennsylvania
Professor Emeritus, Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Comparative and International Policing, Justice, and Transnational Crime provides a rich reservoir of thought-provoking original articles written by international criminal justice, policing, and legal scholars. Many of the articles not only share a central theme (e.g., the policing of dependent sovereignties) but also focus on how various issues are addressed by international treaties and policing or law enforcement agencies. The articles are drawn from historical, contemporary, and controversial topics. The main objectives are to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of various international issues, from historical to contemporary perspectives; incorporate topics that are important, yet ignored in many international criminal justice books; and generate scholarly discussion among students.
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