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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

Safety in Public Transport / Antwerp, Belgium 2004

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Justice for minors: Summary Report, 2000

Age of criminal responsibility – children up to the age of 7 have full criminal immunity: i.e. they cannot be prosecuted. Criminal responsibility is not applicable until the age of 13, as a “child” cannot be held responsible for offences … More

European Sourcebook on Crime and Criminal Justice, 2004

While there is a decrease in burglary in Europe, violent crime and drug related crime is increasing. Although there are less offenders found, the probability of an offender being convicted increased, with the exception of burglaries and drug related crimes. … More

Youth and crime – The preventive action of the National Gendarmerie in France, 2004

Youth and crime – The preventive action of the National Gendarmerie in France Gendarmerie is a specific force set up to insure public safety, to provide maintenance of order and to enforce the law. This is the very height of … More

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