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ACJS- The 35th Biennial Canadian Criminal Justice Association Congress

The 35th Biennial Canadian Criminal Justice Association Congress

Regina, September 30th to October 2nd 2015

The Congress would be of interest to organizations and individuals in the justice field, including a one day workshop on PTSD. 55 more words

Criminal Justice/Criminology


Criminocorpus is an online scholarly publication on the subject of criminal justice history.

It provides researchers and the general public with free access to a wide range of primary sources, together with analysis of key subjects by leading specialists in the field. 111 more words


Gove’s inaugural address has left the legal professions divided – could this have come at a worse time?

James Holding (LL.B.) – Bar Professional Training Course, Northumbria University

In his inaugural speech as Justice Secretary, Michael Gove set out his plan to reform the Ministry of Justice and implement a “One Nation justice policy” to align it with David Cameron’s “One Nation Britain”. 1,602 more words


Removing the Confederate Flag from Statehouses is Good but Ending the Slavery that it Represents is More Important

© Josh Sager – June 2015

Last week, several states—including South Carolina, Virginia and Alabama—removed the Confederate flag from their public buildings and are signaling their intentions to abandon the symbol for all state uses (ex. 853 more words

Civil Rights