3 edition of Criminal justice and the elderly found in the catalog.
Criminal justice and the elderly
Boston, Guy D.
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Law enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Guy Boston, Rita Nitzberg, Marjorie Kravitz.|
|Contributions||Nitzberg, Rita, joint author., Kravitz, Marjorie, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV6250.4.A34 B67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||79602282|
Although the book primarily deals with minorities in the United States, one chapter is devoted to elder mistreatment in Japan. The book concludes with discussions of the overall impact of elder abuse on minority populations, culturally specific outreach programs, and current knowledge on minority elder abuse. References, tables, and figures. Just as with police officers, many other people involved in the criminal justice system have certain biases toward elderly criminal offenders. The results of research and studies is certainly mixed, although it is clear that in some cases, for good or for bad, age plays some type of role in the way that older offenders get processed and sentenced.
When the law gets something wrong, it can do so in a way that adversely affects many lives, often profoundly. Specifically, to society's great detriment, the corrections arm of the American criminal justice system appears to have the distribution and administration of punishment exactly backward. We. The book details how the international effort against these undoubted evils has been as counter-productive or inadequate as the American models on which they were based. To take money laundering as an example, the U.K. has been shoulder-to-shoulder with the U.S. in constructing a global anti-laundering regime while shamelessly enabling several.
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Criminal justice and the elderly. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Law enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE: Defending The ElderlyThe criminal justice system has begun to recognize the need to prosecute vigorously cases of elder abuse, prosecutors and law enforcement officers on the unique aspects of the elderly as potential or actual victims of crime.
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criminal record, participates in the sale of drugs or engages in sexual abuse of an unsuspecting child This raises the question of whether elderly offenders are treated differently by those in "gate-keeping" positions within the criminal justice system.
Prior research on police discretion indicates that a variety of. Minorities based on age and disability -- The elderly and impaired as minority groups -- Age discrimination -- disability discrimination -- Disabilities common to the criminal justice system -- Mental impairments -- Mental retardation -- Psychosis and psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders: major depression -- Dementia: Alzheimer\'s disease.
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This broadly-based guide to recent work in the field encompasses references in gerontology, criminology, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, and allied disciplines. Containing over thoroughly annotated citations, it provides access to current knowledge of both the victimization of the elderly and their participation in crime.
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These authors are acknowledged in the contributors section of the book. In addition to those who contributed to the book. Finally, the book presents comparative international research on approaches to crime prevention, education, and legislation to address the victimization of the elderly.
This work will be of interest to students in criminology and criminal justice, as well as related fields such as sociology, and gerontology.
About The Author Ronet D. Bachman. Ronet Bachman is a Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware.
She is author of numerous books, articles and papers that examine the epidemiology and etiology of violence, with a particular emphasis on the elderly, women, and minority populations. NCJ Number: Title: Ageing, Crime and Society: Editor(s): Azrini Wahidin; Maureen Cain: Date Published: Annotation: Authorities in the fields of criminology, gerontology (study of the elderly), sociology, and social policy present 15 chapters on the victimization, crime, and criminal justice system management of older people, with attention to the United Kingdom.
Composed of three papers, my dissertation examines how changes within the urban environment affect crime and the criminal justice system. Collectively, these three papers address policy-relevant issues for urban communities that include the caretaking role of the police, firearm-related violence, blighted and vacant land, and access to opioid use disorder treatment.Among elderly violent crime victims, about 59% reported being victimized at or near their home.
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