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Crime and Criminal Justice in Europe. Edited by Christopher Nuttall. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing, 2000. Pp. 180. ISBN 92-871-4378-1. ∊22.87; US$38.00.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2019

Jules Winterton
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Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, London, England

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1 The main chapters are: “Trends in Criminality” by Aromaa, Kauko; “Towards ‘Restorative Justice': Victimisation, Victim Support, and Trends in Criminal Justice” by Peters, Tony and Aertsen, Ivo; “Crime Prevention in Europe” by Takala, Hannu; “Emerging Issues and New Patterns of Criminal Legislation” by Savona, Ernesto, Manna, Adelmo, and Forte, Giacomo; “Policing the New Europe” by Brunet, Amadeu Recasens I; “The Prosecution Process and the (Changing) Role of the Prosecutor” by Selih, Alenka; “Sentencing” by Ashworth, Andrew; “Community Sanctions and Measures in Europe: A Promising Challenge Or A Disappointing Utopia?” by Anton Kalmthout, Von; “Prisons in Europe” by Dunkel, Frieder and Snacken, Sonja.Google Scholar

2 The newest member states are Armenia (2001), Azerbaijan (2001), and Bosnia & Herzegovina (2002).Google Scholar

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