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Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice (12 points)
Leader: Dr David Baker
Synopsis: Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice engages students in key debates in contemporary criminal justice practice and theory. This unit provides students with an advanced understanding of the terms, concepts and debates necessary for analysing the current state of criminal justice across diverse jurisdictions. Issues to be examined include: criminal justice and diverse populations; trans-national criminal justice; criminal justice, security and order; and new frameworks and directions in criminal justice.
Assessment: Seminar Presentation (2000 words) 25%, Policy Report (3000 words) 35% and Essay (4000 words) 40%.
Contact Hours: One two hour seminar per week.
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