3 edition of Elsevier"s Dictionary of Police and Criminal Law found in the catalog.
Elsevier"s Dictionary of Police and Criminal Law
Roy D. Ingleton
January 1, 1999
by Elsevier Science Ltd
Written in English
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A Dictionary of Criminal Justice is the only dictionary that deals with criminal justice from a UK perspective, and in doing so provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the British criminal justice system, including its historical context and contemporary operations.. The first three sections of the book explore in turn key definitions, key pieces of legislation and key documents that Reviews: 2. Get this from a library! Elsevier's Dictionary of criminal science: in eight languages: English/American, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish and German, compiled and arranged on an English alphabetical base by Johann Anton Adler.. [Johann Anton Adler; William S. Hein & Company.;].
Written by two former police officers, both now lecturers in law and criminal investigation, the dictionary fills a significant gap in the law market and will be invaluable to police officers and trainee officers, students and lecturers of criminology, criminal justice, and police studies, and other professionals needing clear definitions of law enforcement terms. By law, you are obliged to install smoke alarms in the factory. It's the job of the police to enforce the law. No one is above the law. Parliament voted for the bill to become law. The building was raided by law enforcement agents. The company is operating entirely within the law. The law is clear: bribery is wrong.
Criminal law doctrine has as its purpose the delivery of criminal justice and criminal justice is a contingent outcome in which rule, process and context all play their part. It is not simply a logical description of what happens when rule meets (prohibited) event. Understanding criminal law requires, therefore, an appreciation of the day-to-day. We originally wrote this book entitled ‘Butterworths Police Law’toﬁllthegapleftby the demise of Moriarty’s Police Law which, for over ﬁfty years, had satisﬁed a particu-lar need by explaining all aspects of the criminal law, together with those procedures which govern the processes of law enforcement, which are of particular concern to.
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Ingleton. Presents the terms relating to the organization and functions of the police, the criminal law and rules of evidence, drugs, terrorism, accidents and disasters, slang and jargon in common use, as well as a list of acronyms in English and French.
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