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NCJ Number: 41621 Find in a Library
Title: PLANNING OF CRIMINAL POLICY WITHIN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN LATIN AMERICA
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Instituto Latino Americano de Las Naciones Unidas Para la
Prevencion Del Delito Y
Tratamiento Del Delincuente
Costa
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 47
Sponsoring Agency: Instituto Latino Americano de Las Naciones Unidas Para la
San Jose, Costa Rica
Type: Conference Material
Format: Document
Language: Spanish
Country: United Nations
Annotation: PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE HELD IN SANTA BARBARA DE HEREDIA, COSTA RICA, AUGUST 10-16, 1975, WHICH WAS ATTENDED BY 12 LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES.
Abstract: CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS INCLUDED REPRESENTATIVES OF ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, MEXICO, NICARAGUA, PANAMA, URUGUAY, AND VENEZUELA. THE AREAS DISCUSSED DURING THIS SEVEN-DAY CONFERENCE INCLUDED THE RELATIONSHIP TO AND IMPACT OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE NEED FOR CRIME PREVENTION AND CONTROL; CRIMINAL POLICY PLANNING IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL PLANNING; METHODS OF AND TECHNIQUES FOR CRIMINAL POLICY PLANNING; RESEARCH AS A PART OF CRIMINAL POLICY PLANNING; MOTIVATION AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL FOR CRIMINAL POLICY PLANNING; AND REGIONAL COOPERATION. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING FUTURE EFFORTS ARE INCLUDED. --IN SPANISH...ELW
Index Term(s): Criminal justice system planning; Criminal justice system policy; Foreign criminal justice systems; Intergovernmental relations; Latin America; Workshops and seminars
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