Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice

A journal covering Canadian law enforcement and criminology for the academic audience.

Articles from Vol. 46, No. 4, July

Books Received/livres Recus
Arresting Images: Crime and Policing in Front of the Television Camera. Aaron Doyle. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2003. Par-dela les murs. Experiences et trajectoires en maison d'arret. Gilles Chantraine. Paris: Presses Universitaires de...
Classification without Validity or Equity: An Empirical Examination of the Custody Rating Scale for Federally Sentenced Women Offenders in Canada
The [Correctional] Service's classification tools used to allocate necessary controls and program resources for women offenders have been validated and re-validated for initial security placement ... These offender classification instruments are critical...
Forum: The Role of the Victim in Plea bargaining/Rubrique Speciale Sur le Role De la Victime Dans Les Negociations De Plaidoyer
Editor's introduction This forum aims to promote one of our journal's primary functions: to bring together scholars and practitioners working in the criminal justice system. It addresses one of the most vexing issues in criminal justice: the role...
Four Models of Victim Involvement during Plea Negotiations: Bridging the Gap between Legal Reforms and Current Legal Practice
Over the past 20 years, a number of policies have been explicitly designed to enhance the nature and scope of victim involvement in the criminal justice process (Erez 1990: 20; Finn-deLuca 1994: 404; Roach 1999; Roberts 2002: 1; Tobolowski 1999: 21-30;...
Inflammatory Rhetoric on Racial Profiling Can Undermine Police Services
This commentary was prompted by the recent debate in this journal (CJCCJ 45.3, July 2003) exploring allegations of racial profiling on the part of the Metro Toronto Police Service. My intention is to deal with the issue more generally, rather than...
Richard Michael Zubrycki: 31 January 1944-5 May 2004
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Richard Zubrycki on 5 May 2004. Richard was well known, loved, and respected in the field of corrections and criminal justice, to which his contributions were legion. A "home boy" from his beloved...
Safe Streets for Whom? Homeless Youth, Social Exclusion, and Criminal Victimization
Every year, many Canadians become victims of crime, ranging from small and relatively insignificant incidents of theft or vandalism to the other extreme, murder. It goes without saying that those who are victims of criminal acts suffer, to greater...

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