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NCJ Number: 155440 Find in a Library
Title: Crime Control in Poland
Corporate Author: Polish Ministry of Justice
Poland
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 94
Sponsoring Agency: Polish Ministry of Justice
00950, Warsaw, Poland
Publication Number: ISBN 83-85505-43-1
Sale Source: Polish Ministry of Justice
Krawkowskie Przedmiescie 25
00950, Warsaw,
Poland
Type: Legislation/Policy Analysis
Language: English
Country: Poland
Annotation: These 14 papers describe crime, fear of crime, and crime control policies in Poland and discuss the Polish situation and policies related to the topics for discussion at the Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders.
Abstract: Individual papers focus on recorded crime, correctional policies, unreported crime, international legal assistance and extradition, and computerization of the administration of justice. Additional papers focus on economic and organized crime, corruption, environmental protection and the criminal law, the correctional system, prisoners, violent crime in cities, juvenile delinquency, and crime victims. Figures, appended statistical data, and list of authors and their current job titles
Main Term(s): United Nations (UN)
Index Term(s): Foreign criminal justice systems; Poland; World criminology
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