Discussing how various countries around the world have organized their police, courts, and corrections agencies, this insightful text provides the rationale for studying cross-national issues in criminal justice by giving students a knowledge base for understanding and appreciating the different ways justice is conceived and achieved around the world.
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"Reichel's book is a highly scholarly, yet readable, introduction to the study of comparative criminal justice systems." — Allen Anderson, Indiana University - Kokomo
"This text has a great strength in the direct writing and flowing use of language." — Art Jipson, University of Dayton
"While there are a growing number of texts in this field I have found this text to be the best." — Mitchel Roth, Sam Houston State UniversityFrom the Back Cover:
Since the first edition of this book the topic of comparative and international criminal justice has enjoyed increased attention by authors, journals and professional organizations in criminology and criminal justice. Consistent with these changes, more graduate and undergraduate courses are being taught with comparative issues as the primary subject matter.New to the Fourth Edition:
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