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Dangerousness and criminal justice

by J. E. Floud

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Preventive detention -- Great Britain.,
  • Indeterminate sentences -- Great Britain.,
  • Dangerously mentally ill -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJean Floud and Warren Young.
    SeriesCambridge studies in criminology -- 47., Cambridge studies in criminology -- 47.
    ContributionsYoung, Warren., Howard League for Penal Reform.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 228 p. ;
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18637270M
    ISBN 100435823078

    B. Dangerousness as a useful tool for the criminal justice system 1. Definition of Criminal Justice. In order to assess a potential tool for the Criminal Justice system, it is essential to know exactly what Criminal Justice is in order to identify its specific requirements for potential, useful tools.   Morris, N, Miller, M () ‘ Predictions of dangerousness ’, in Crime and Justice: An International Review of Research 6, eds Tonry, M, Morris, N, pp 1 – Google Scholar | Crossref O'Malley, P () ‘ Legal networks and domestic security ’, Studies in Law and Politics Cited by:

    Book Dangerousness and the Dangerous Offender - Karen Harrison Chapter Chapter 1 - Dangerousness and Risk (8 items) Understanding risk in criminal justice - Kemshall, Hazel, MyiLibrary, Book Bridges A. () Dangerous Offenders What can be achieved: Speech to All-Party Parliamentary Group on Penal Affairs - A Bridges, 13 November Book Review: Mental Disability, Violence, and Future Dangerousness - Myths Behind the Presumption of. Over 50 years ago, President John F. Kennedy signed the law closing most of this country’s facilities that warehoused people with mental disabilities.

      The thing is, most people of color have a similar story or know someone who does. Yet, there’s a deep skepticism on the right of any assertion that the criminal-justice system is racially biased.   Bryan Stevenson, author of “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, takes a stark look at the way the criminal court system treats people of color. In , the United States had more than , .


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Dangerousness and Criminal Justice [Jean Floud, Warren Young] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dangerousness and Criminal Justice: Jean Floud, Warren Young: : BooksCited by: DANGEROUSNESS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE --'Dangerousness' in Social Perspective --Determining 'Dangerousness' --Fundamental Objections --The Limits of Protection --THE DANGEROUS OFFENDER IN ENGLAND TODAY --The Law and Practice in the Courts --In Detention --For and Against Change --PROTECTIVE SENTENCING --A Statutory Framework --Control without Custody --Reviewing.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Floud, J.E. (Jean E.). Dangerousness and criminal justice. London: Heinemann, (OCoLC) Document Type. sumption of dangerousness are protective, aimed at preventing a repetition of the grave harm inflicted by the offender on his victim in the offence of which he has been convicted.

[3] The " grave harm " to be prevented consists of these categories: death, serious bodily injury, serious sexual assaults, severe or prolonged pain or mental. Dangerousness, Rights and Criminal Justice Estellu Baker* Introduction Dangerousness, an individual’s ‘propensity to cause serious physical injury or lasting psychological harm,” is a highly influential factor in decision-making in the arena of mental health law and, to a more limited extent, the criminal justice system.

ItCited by: Dangerousness and Criminal Justice, Volume 47 Volume 47 of Cambridge studies in criminology Dangerousness and Criminal Justice, Warren Young Heinemann library of criminology and penal reform: Author: Jean E.

Floud: Contributor: Howard League for Penal Reform: Publisher: Barnes & Noble, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized. About this book This book examines the impact and implications of the relationship between risk and criminal justice in advanced liberal democracies, in the context of the ‘revolt against uncertainty’ which has underpinned the rise of populist politics across these societies in recent years.

Long-term predictions of future dangerousness are used throughout the criminal law in investigation, pretrial detention, bail, sentencing, prison administration, parole, and early release decisions. Explicit use of such predictions by courts and legislatures is by: Given the fortuitous circumstance of having reviews of three books on organized crime by the same reviewer, we are publishing these reviews as a mini-cluster focused on organized crime and corruption.

Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books is a joint project of Rutgers School of Law and Rutgers School of Criminal Justice.

This book explores the problematic concept of 'dangerousness' and its application to criminal justice. All recent policy and legislative initiatives are examined within a critical context that questions the need for populist, punitive agendas, for example the creation of MAPPA (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Panels) and changes in relation to the National Probation by: Taking into account the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act and the Coroners and Justice Actthe book's inter-disciplinary approach places the legislation and guidelines on sentencing in the context of criminological research, statistical trends and theories of by: Buy Dangerousness and Criminal Justice (Cambridge studies in criminology) by Jean Floud, Warren Young (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low 5/5(1). From the reviews: “Predicting ‘future dangerousness’ has been a hot topic in psychology, sociology, and criminal justice for many years. The current state of machine learning statistical procedures utilizing very large datasets is presented in a little over interesting : Springer-Verlag New York.

*Michael Ignatieff writes:* One of the sombre gratifications of war, as we have had recent occasion to discover, is solidarity. War taps a longing to still the quarrels of ordinary life for the sake of something in common.

This is a more pervasive longing than we like to admit. Even those who speak out against war are not immune to its lure. ‘Jingoism’ is a word used to condemn the. Mental Illness and Crime comprehensively synthesizes and critically examines what is currently known about the relationship of mental illness and individual psychiatric disorders, in particular with criminal, violent, and other forms of antisocial behavior.

The book. This book is both highly authoritative and very timely. Both MS and 18th Street gangs grew enormously in dangerousness and criminal expertise therein, ranging from kidnapping to extortion; and several media reports suggested that perhaps these gangs had the capacity to “dominate social institutions and carve out space within which they.

JEAN FLOUD; DANGEROUSNESS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, The British Journal of Criminology, Vol Issue 3, 1 JulyPages –, by: DANGEROUSNESS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE There is no reason to suppose either that the public is not adequately protec ted or that large numbers of offenders are unnecessarily detained as dan gerous for much longer than would be justifiable on other grounds alone.

The problem is handled pragmatically and, one might say, discreetly. The. Individual Characteristics and Dangerousness 11 Alcohol and Dangerousness joan mccord 12 Violence and Substance Abuse philip bean 13 Threats, Stalking, and Criminal Harassment j.

reid meloy Conclusion 14 Discussion and Clinical Commentary on Issues in the Assessment and Prediction of Dangerousness georges-f. pinard and linda File Size: KB. Objectives: The mental health legislation of most developed countries includes either a dangerousness criterion or an obligatory dangerousness criterion (ODC).

A dangerousness criterion holds that mentally ill people may be given treatment without consent if they are deemed to be a risk to themselves or others. An ODC holds that mentally ill people may be given treatment without consent Cited by:.

More broadly, Brooks encouraged his listeners to consider a historical framing when confronting institutional racism in the criminal justice system and beyond. “Talking about lynching, talking about the new Jim Crow, talking about stop-and-frisk being a digitized 21st-century version of slave captures and slave patrollers” is key, he said.Dangerousness and the custodial sentences for public protection Dangerousness The Criminal Justice Act (chapter 5, sections –) introduces significant changes with regard to “dangerousness”.

These apply to all offenders, including 10 to year-olds convicted of specified sexual and violent offences.6 Key issues for YOTs include.This book explores the problematic concept of 'dangerousness' and its application to criminal justice.

All recent policy and legislative initiatives are examined within a critical context that questions the need for populist, punitive agendas, for example the creation of MAPPA (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Panels) and changes in relation to the.