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Indeterminate Sentencing: Synthesising public protection, rehabilitation and human rights obligations
(Lawtext Publishing, 2014)
England and Wales, like many comparable jurisdictions, has relied increasingly upon measures designed to protect the public from offenders perceived to pose a danger. Incapacitative sentencing is inherently problematic as ...
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
This chapter provides an overview of contemporary sentencing policy and practice.
Young Offenders' Right to Integration post Human Rights Act 1998: Work as punishment, rehabilitation and enabler
(Jura Gentium - Centre for Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics, 2017-07-17)
A combination of international children's rights instruments and regional human rights protection framework has ensured the protection of children in custody. Whilst the United Kingdom has ratified the Convention on the ...