Race Diversity and the Criminal Justice System

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  • Race Diversity & the CJS
    • Victimisation
      • Crime Survey
        • Different offences experienced by different groups
        • Mixed race experience greater victimisation
      • Geographical location
      • Social class differences
      • Income differences
      • Fear
        • High levels of fear experienced
      • Stephen Lawrence
      • SIBBETT (1997)
      • Hate Crime
      • Lifestyle
    • Offending
      • BOWLING & PHILLIPS (2002)
      • Black minority, second highest arrest figure
      • GRAHAM & BOWLING (1995)
      • Mixed ethnic origin admitted more crimes
    • Policing
      • MACPHERSON (1999)
      • SCARMAN (1981)
      • BOWLING & PHILLIPS (2002)
      • Stop and search
      • Counter terrorist policing
      • Police custody
        • Christopher Alder
      • Police culture
        • REINER (2000)
    • Trial Process
      • Lack of confidence in CJS
      • Less likely to plead guilty
      • More likely to be acquitted at Crown
    • Sentencing
      • Sentenced to immediate custody
      • Probation
      • Prison
    • Roles occupied in the CJS
      • Lacking in senior roles
      • Low numbers in the judiciary
      • Lots experiencing discrimination
    • Experience
      • Stop and Search
        • Racist policing?
        • BOWLING & PHILLIPS (2002)
        • The available population
      • Over-Policing
        • HUNTE (1966)
        • MACPHERSON (1999)
        • REINER (1992)

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