The Criminal Justice System (CJS)

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  • The CJS
    • Models of Criminal Justice
      • Due Process
        • PACKER (1969)
      • Crime Control
        • PACKER (1969)
      • Medical
      • Bureaucratic
      • Status Passage
      • Power
        • WILSON (2004)
      • Rights
        • ASHWORTH & REDMAYNE (2010)
      • Freedom Model
        • SANDERS ET AL (2010)
    • Structure of the CJS
      • Agencies Involved
        • The Police
        • The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
        • Courts
        • Prisons
        • Probation Service
        • Criminal Defence Service
        • National offender management service
        • Youth Justice
        • Community Safety Partnerships (CSP's)
        • Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC)
        • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA)
        • Forensic Science Service (FSS)
        • Parole Board
      • Volunteer Roles in the CJS
        • The Police
          • Independent Custody Visitors
          • Special Constables
          • Neighbourhood Watch Schemes
        • Probation
          • Probation Trusts
          • Educational Initiatives
          • Mentoring
        • Prisons
          • Prison Monitoring Board
          • Prison Visitors
        • Youth Justice
          • Panel Members
          • Mentors
          • Appropriate Adults (like guardians)
        • Victims
          • Victim Support Volunteers
    • The System
      • Limitations
        • Absence of shared aims
        • Competing aims
          • HUGHES (2007)
        • AUDIT COMMISSION (1996)
        • RUMGAY (2007)
        • RAYNOR (2007)
        • BAILEY ET AL (2007)
        • CRAWFORD (2001)
        • SANDERS & YOUNG (2007)
        • PRATT (2007)
        • LLOYD ET AL (1994)
        • FARRALL & CALVERLEY (2006)
        • MARUNA (2000)
        • FOX & ALBERTSON (2011)
        • MAGUIRE (2012)
    • CJS Policies
      • Victim focused
      • Managerialism
      • Populist Punitivism
    • What is the CJS?
      • Three different systems
      • Home Office deals with crime
      • MoJ oversees justice
      • The commission of offences
    • The Process
      • Not all offences are reported
      • Reported to the police
      • Arrested
      • Interviewed
      • Charge the suspect
      • Court procedure
      • Sentenced

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