Tag Archives: sanction

The Mixed Economy Approach to Policing

A Letter from England, Nigel Whiskin, July 1st 2004 The good news from England is that the crime rates are now at their lowest since 1981 and, with a few exceptions, continue to fall.  Given the scepticism about numbers – statistics, … More

Conférence des maires sur la sécurité, Paris, 23 mars 2006

A la suite de la Conférence des maires du 23 mars, les élus du FFSU ont souhaité actualiser le Manifeste des villes pour la sécurité, qui avait été adopté en juin 2004. Une réunion du Comité Exécutif a été consacrée … More

News from UK

Home Office Agenda, 2005 Reference: 075/2005 – Date: 17 May 2005 11:57  Improving community safety and protecting national security are at the core of the Home Office’s agenda in the next Parliamentary session, the Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, said today. … More

Article:The new measures for fighting against crime after the riots of December 2008 in Athens

The new measures for fighting against crime after the riots of December 2008 in Athens By Athina Bouziouri, Attorney at law- admitted to the Bar of Athens The downtown of Athens has often been the theatre of urban violence since … More

Racism in Prison Programme, October 2001-March 2002

”Racism in Prison” Programme, October 2001-March 2002 A number of studies have shown that prison inmates are treated differently, depending on their race, religious convictions, and so forth. Acts of brutal aggression, humiliations, unjustified persecution, racist remarks, arbitrary sanctions are … More

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