Dominey, Jane
April 2004
British Journal of Community Justice;Spring2004, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p73
Academic Journal
The article presents various reports published in the previous issues of "Community Justice File 6" in Great Britain. The reports include "Managing Offenders, Changing Lives: Correctional Services," "Youth Justice 2004: A Review of the Reformed Youth Justice System" and "Victims and Witnesses: Providing Better Support." The review is significant for the improvement of the country's criminal justice system. The primary goal of the review is to bring up three key areas such as the targeted and rigorous sentences, a modern role for the judiciary and a modern methodology for offender management.


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