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Criminology in the New Millennium


Race, Gender and the Criminal Justice Process
Edited by Ruth Chigwada-Bailey

First edition 2005, Reprinted April 2006

Contents include:

  • Women and the Criminal Justice System (Holly Dustin)
  • Minority Ethnic Children And Psychiatry-Staff Attitudes and Barriers (Helen Minnis)
  • Community Engagement and Involvement in Policing (Bevan Powell)
  • Mainstreaming Equality and Diversity in The Probation Service
    (Maqsood Ahmad)
  • The over-representation of Blacks in US Prisons (Yaw Ackah)
  • What Works: Black Women and Offending? (Annell Smith)

The book is a collection of papers presented at Criminology In Millennium Conference, Race, Gender and Criminal Justice Process held on 26 May 2005 at St. Alban's Centre, London EC1, United Kingdom.

ISBN Paperback 10:0-9551821-0-7

Price £12.50
Plus p&p UK £2.50, Europe £3.50, Rest of world £5.50

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 Race Gender and the Criminal Justice Process by Ruth Chigwada-Bailey

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