Session 330: RS205 -> Criminal Justice in the United Kingdom
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Dearborn 2
Session Chair: Trevor Jones, Cardiff University
Comparative Criminal Justice Policy-Making in the U.S. and U.K.: The Case of Privatized Corrections
by: Trevor Jones, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
Tim Newburn, London School of Economics
Urban Regeneration and Crime Reduction: Contradictions and Dilemmas in the U.K. Context
by: Lynn Hancock, Middlesex University (Corresponding)
Welcome to the Machine: Child Remand Prisoners and the Limits of Custodial Reform in England and Wales
by: Barry Goldson, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)
Design Against Crime: The British Governments Programme to Promote the Design of Secure Products
by: Mark Bangs, Home Office, London (Corresponding)

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