Crime and criminal justice /
- Publication info:
- Chicago : Quadrangle Books, 
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
On the Shelf
Some current issues in the administration of criminal justice in Canada : a paper presented to the Third Annual conference of the Standing Committee on Social Work in the Field of Justice of the Ontario Association of Professional Social Workers at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, May 27, 1977 / Alan Grant. --
KF 9223 A75 G72 1977
- Crime and criminal justice / Edited with an introd. by Donald R. Cressey.
- Main Author:
- Cressey, Donald Ray, 1919-
Chicago : Quadrangle Books, 1971
- Uniform Title:
- Item Description:
"A New York times book."A collection of articles which appeared in the New York times magazine, 1952-69.
- Physical Description:
289 p. ; 22 cm.
Table of Contents
- There's always a crime wave, by F. J. Cook.
- Corruption runs far deeper than politics, by M. B. Clinard.
- When the cops were not "handcuffed," by Y. Kamisar.
- What happens when the police strike, by G. Clark.
- Is the Court handcuffing the cops? By J. Vorenberg.
- The criminal gets the breaks, by D. Gutman.
- Tangled issue of wiretapping, by A. Lewis.
- When the public judges the Court, by A. F. Westin.
- The cop as social scientist, by S. Braun.
- Police work, by J. Q. Wilson.
- "Hogan's office": a kind of ministry of justice, by M. Mayer.
- Inside view of the High Court, by W. J. Brennan, Jr.
- The prison "culture"
- from the inside, by M. Arc.
- Violence, like charity, begins at home, by R. Sullivan.
- A judge with "disciplined indignation," by G. Samuels.
- Working their way through jail, by G. Samuels.
- Role playing: a judge is a con, a con is a judge, by R. Hammer.
- Where junkies learn to hang tough, by G. Samuels.
- Britain pays the victim of the crime, by C. Hussey.
- Brief for a better court system, by A. T. Vanderbilt.
- Should prisons be abolished? By R. S. Banay.
- Suggested reading (p. -280)