Women and the Criminal Justice System: A Canadian Perspective

Edited by Jane Barker
Emond Montgomery Publications (2009)

This text fills a longstanding and growing need for a current and comprehensive overview of women and the Canadian criminal justice system, in all its aspects. The wealth of content includes everything from an accessible overview of essential theory, to practical challenges such as mental health issues and community reintegration, to an examination of women?s roles and careers in the field of criminal justice. 

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