Thinking About Criminal Justice in Canada

Emond Montgomery Publications (2013)

Lead authors Karla O'Regan and Susan Reid have produced a concise, accessible, and engaging text that covers the main curriculum requirements for introductory-level Criminal Justice courses in Canadian universities and colleges. Drawing on well-known case studies to connect the book's theoretical content to real-world issues, it lays out the key concepts, terms, and history for readers before shifting its focus to an exploration of key questions and issues in Canadian criminal justice today. A strong interdisciplinary flavour is lent by the inclusion of professors and practitioners from across Canada contributing chapters in their particular fields of expertise, adding great credibility and depth to the text.


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