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For the rule of law : criminal justice teaching and training across the world

by Aromaa, Kauko [ed.]; Redo, Slawomir [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publication series no. 53.Publisher: Helsinki European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control 2008Description: 282 p.ISBN: 9789525333343.Subject(s): DERECHO PENAL INTERNACIONAL | SEGURIDAD INTERNACIONAL
Contents:
Towards a common language of criminal justice across the world: the international and United Nations experience / Aromaa. -- Making the rule of law: security and justice reforms in the United Nations. -- The United Nations in the internacional security and criminal justice politics: making the rule of law work / Coicaud. -- Training and effective support of comprehensive justice and security reforms: outcomes to date and lessons learned / Dandurand. -- International criminal justice through distance learning. -- Distance learning: an alternative service delivery for criminal justice training and higher education / Schneider. -- Distance learning as a tool for the effective dissemination of United Nations criminal justice instruments to future law enforcement officers: the case of ethnic and gender issues / Paris-Steffens. -- Education via satellite technology applied to promotion of non-custodial measures / De Jesus. -- Teaching international criminal justice in a real classroom. -- Teaching criminal law in its international dimension - where to start? / Hoepfel. -- Using the topic of torture for interrogation to teach about international standards and the rule of law / Reichel. -- New ways of teaching students about international criminal justice / Platzer. -- John Jay's bachelor's degree in international criminal justice / Natarajan. -- Training experiences in international criminal justice academies. -- Opportunities and challenges in delivering a curriculum for international police training: the case of the International Law Enforcement Academy at Roswell, New Mexico / Serio. -- Human dignity / Human rights and the polie: training that manifests rule of law operations / Solis. -- Making criminal justice transformation, teaching and training work: experiences learned from central Europe / Phywzczewski. -- Education and training in four countries: getting rule of law messages across / Millie. -- International criminal justice teaching and training agenda. -- Culture of lawfulness training for police / Finckenauer. -- A content analysis of comparative and international issues in popular introductory criminal justice texts / Van Horne. -- Developing an agenda for international criminal justice teaching and training / Albanese. -- Teaching and training experiences in international crime prevention. -- Crimina justice training in Korea-Korean Institute for criminal justice policy and the development of trainign program for asian developing countries / Jang. -- Teaching cybercrime prevention: lessons learned from academia / Broadhurst. -- Why crime prevention is an essential component of international trining and technical assistance: the experience of the international centre for the prevention of crime / Shaw
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Towards a common language of criminal justice across the world: the international and United Nations experience / Aromaa. -- Making the rule of law: security and justice reforms in the United Nations. -- The United Nations in the internacional security and criminal justice politics: making the rule of law work / Coicaud. -- Training and effective support of comprehensive justice and security reforms: outcomes to date and lessons learned / Dandurand. -- International criminal justice through distance learning. -- Distance learning: an alternative service delivery for criminal justice training and higher education / Schneider. -- Distance learning as a tool for the effective dissemination of United Nations criminal justice instruments to future law enforcement officers: the case of ethnic and gender issues / Paris-Steffens. -- Education via satellite technology applied to promotion of non-custodial measures / De Jesus. -- Teaching international criminal justice in a real classroom. -- Teaching criminal law in its international dimension - where to start? / Hoepfel. -- Using the topic of torture for interrogation to teach about international standards and the rule of law / Reichel. -- New ways of teaching students about international criminal justice / Platzer. -- John Jay's bachelor's degree in international criminal justice / Natarajan. -- Training experiences in international criminal justice academies. -- Opportunities and challenges in delivering a curriculum for international police training: the case of the International Law Enforcement Academy at Roswell, New Mexico / Serio. -- Human dignity / Human rights and the polie: training that manifests rule of law operations / Solis. -- Making criminal justice transformation, teaching and training work: experiences learned from central Europe / Phywzczewski. -- Education and training in four countries: getting rule of law messages across / Millie. -- International criminal justice teaching and training agenda. -- Culture of lawfulness training for police / Finckenauer. -- A content analysis of comparative and international issues in popular introductory criminal justice texts / Van Horne. -- Developing an agenda for international criminal justice teaching and training / Albanese. -- Teaching and training experiences in international crime prevention. -- Crimina justice training in Korea-Korean Institute for criminal justice policy and the development of trainign program for asian developing countries / Jang. -- Teaching cybercrime prevention: lessons learned from academia / Broadhurst. -- Why crime prevention is an essential component of international trining and technical assistance: the experience of the international centre for the prevention of crime / Shaw

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