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Problem-solving justice in the UK

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"Lasting Change or Passing Fad? Problem Solving Justice in England and Wales"(PDF)

Authors: Greg Berman, Aubrey Fox and Ben Ullmann (Editor)

Publication date: 21 August 2009

This paper looks at the US concept of "problem-solving justice" and whether it can be effectively transposed in the UK. Consideration is given to its likely impact on the rights of victims of crime, the behaviour of offenders and improving public safety.


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