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Dangerous Offenders

Mark H. Moore

Dangerous Offenders

The Elusive Target of Justice

by Mark H. Moore

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Harvard University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Recidivists,
  • Criminal justice, Administrati,
  • Criminal Justice Administration,
  • Violent offenders,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Law,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of,
  • Civil Procedure,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • United States,
  • Crime

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7692328M
    ISBN 100674190653
    ISBN 109780674190658


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Book Description. This highly controversial new book considers how the dangerous offender has become such a figure of collective anxiety for the citizens of rationalised Western societies.

The authors consider: * ideas of danger and social threat in historical perspective * legal responses to violent criminals * attempts to predict dangerous. This highly controversial new book considers how the dangerous offender has become such a figure of collective anxiety for the citizens of rationalised Western societies.

The authors consider: * ideas of danger and social threat in historical perspective * legal responses to violent criminals * attempts to predict dangerous behaviour * why particular groups, such as women, remain at risk from.

Directed by Holly Dale. With Robert Joy, David Fox, Tracey Moore, Brooke Johnson. Marlene Moore has spent most of her life in prison, and is considered so dangerous that the authorities want her locked up indefinitely - though she has never committed a serious crime/10(55). The authors of this major book in criminal jurisprudence develop a framework for evaluating policies that focus on dangerous offenders.

They first examine the general issues that arise as society considers the benefits and risks of concentrating on a particular category of criminals. They then outline how that approach might work at each stage of the criminal justice system -- sentencing.

Dangerous Offenders is a well written and a well thought out book The authors have done a commendable job of raising the issues and integrating them into a host of practical, system-related concerns. The thesis is simple; its implications are : Mark H.

Moore, Susan R. Estrich, Daniel McGillis. Written by four specialists in law and criminal justice, [Dangerous Offenders] draws on an impressive amount of scholarship It is the great merit of [the book] that it avoids faddishness.

Dealing with a topic that invites posturing, it is both responsible and readable. And I hope it will find an audience in addition to the policemen and lawyers who certainly should read it because it raises Cited by: This highly controversial new book considers how the dangerous offender has become such a figure of collective anxiety for the citizens of rationalised Western societies.

The authors consider: * ideas of danger and social threat in historical perspective* legal responses to violent criminals* attempts to predict dangerous behaviour* why particular groups, such as women, remain at risk from.

This highly controversial new book considers how the dangerous offender has become such a figure of collective anxiety for the citizens of rationalised Western societies. The authors consider:* ideas of danger and social threat in historical perspective* legal responses to violent Price: $ Read "Dangerous Offenders Punishment and Social Order" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

This highly controversial new book considers how the dangerous offender has Brand: Taylor And Francis. In the past few decades, it is argued, the organisation of many fields of government and social life – and in particular the government of crime and ‘social problems’ – has been reshaped around techniques and models of risk by: Dangerous Offenders is a well written and a well thought out book The authors have done a commendable job of raising the issues and integrating them into a host of practical, system-related concerns.

Journal of Criminal Justice. Moore and his colleagues make an excellent case that the dangerous offender is worth pursuing. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dangerous offenders. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

Dangerous Sex Offenders book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Topics in this volume on sexually dangerous offenders include: epi /5(2).

Book Description. Dangerousness, Risk and the Governance of Serious Sexual and Violent Offenders is a fully up-to-date, comprehensive and user-friendly guide on those offenders who are often assessed as being dangerous.

Outlining, evaluating and commenting on specific methods, regimes and strategies for dealing with dangerous offenders throughout each chapter, this book begins by considering.

Part XXIV of the Code, between s. andcreates a regime to designate certain offenders as either "long-term offenders" (LTO) or "dangerous offenders" (DO).

These offenders will be subject to either a long-term offender supervision order, in the case of an LTO, or a. Canada's dangerous offender laws have their roots in the Habitual Offender Act, which dealt solely with offenders with lengthy criminal records, and the Criminal Sexual Psychopath Act.

Protecting Society from Sexually Dangerous Offenders book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Legal and mental health experts explo /5(2). Introduction 2. Movie overview 3. Movie Analysis 4. Conclusion 5. Work cited Dangerous Method Introduction Dangerous Method is a historical movie based on a non-fiction book “A Most Dangerous Method” written by Kerr John in It is a drama by genre, produced and directed by David Cronenberg in Access to society journal content varies across our titles.

If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this : Hazel Kemshall. Pratt’s Governing the Dangerous () and O’Malley’s Crime and the Risk Society (), this book will emerge as one of three essential readings on the politics, penality, and culture of ‘dangerous offenders’ and ‘risk management’ in 21st-century society.

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The "dangerous offender" approach is constitutional in the United States where a person convicted of a crime may be held past the statutory maximum for a crime if the courts deem such person to be a "dangerous offender," as defined by the statute in the state of prosecution.

"Dangerous offender" statutes are defined on a state by state basis. “A dangerous offender designation, absent consideration of the treatment prospects for an offender, serves to permanently label an offender as dangerous when there may be ‘clear evidence’ that the offender, with treatment, does not pose a risk or poses a limited risk to the public,” Justice Voith said.

Dangerous offender definition: an offender who is deemed by a court of law to be likely to engage in further violent | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. A dangerous offender is an offender who has committed a crime determined to have caused serious personal injury.

Criminals who are labeled as dangerous offenders are subject to harsher sentencing and stricter supervision than average criminals are. Depending on the jurisdiction of the offender, a dangerous offender is subject to additional.

This cogently argued book provides much needed guidance on the crucial questions of whether sharpened attention to dangerous offenders is just, whether such a policy can be effective in managing the problem of crime, which applications seem particularly valuable, what the long-term risks to social institutions are, and what uncertainties must.

InProfessor (now Sir) Anthony Bottoms delivered his inaugural lecture, ‘Reflections on the renaissance of dangerousness’.

This was a critical response to the proposals of several committees to introduce indeterminate prison sentences for offenders deemed to be ‘dangerous’.Author: Sophie Holmes, Keith Soothill. The sections dealing with civil commitment of sex offenders are definitely the strong point of the book.

They include an outstanding history of civil commitment laws and carefully-thought-out public policy recommendations. Other parts of the book summarize some of the crucial issues in treating both adult and juvenile by: This is an examination of how the courts, parole boards and mental health tribunals deal with violent or sexual offenders who are regarded as "dangerous".

The book covers violence as the norm, sexual molesters, the mentally disordered, violence, bailing, and sentencing the dangerous.

dangerous offender designation A DO used to always mean an indeterminate sentence, but not any more. And that is one reason why the ranks of DOs are now growing slightly.

Dangerous offenders are not mentally disordered (see Criminal Capacity). Neither are they common criminals, even recidivists, to whom the ordinary sentencing provisions of the Criminal Code apply.

Neither are they common criminals, even recidivists, to whom the ordinary sentencing provisions of the Criminal Code apply. Dangerous Offenders Legislation: An Overview 7 3 Floud J and Young W, Dangerousness and Criminal Justice, Heinemann (Report of the Working Party of the Howard League for Penal Reform).

The report and some critical responses to it are summarised in. (1) Subject to the provisions of ORS (Sentence imposed on dangerous offender as departure from sentencing guidelines), the maximum term of an indeterminate sentence of imprisonment for a dangerous offender is 30 years, if because of the dangerousness of the defendant an extended period of confined correctional treatment or custody is required for the protection of the public and one or.

information which will identify dangerous offenders. Prisons are required to flag on LIDS all offenders who fall within MAPPA in accordance with PSO As the sentence progresses, the onus is on the Prison Service to contribute to the information sharing process within MAPPA, which helps to formulate risk management plans for the release of.

Application for finding that an offender is a dangerous offender. (1) On application made under this Part [ – Dangerous Offenders and Long-Term Offenders (s. to )] after an assessment report is filed under subsection (2) [application for remand for assessment – reporting], the court shall find the offender to be a dangerous offender if it is satisfied.

The Most Dangerous Child Sex Offenders in America Aired on 04/12/ | CC A Lisa Ling special report: rare access to the isolated American island where hundreds of the worst sex predators live. Here is a list of publications that researchers and scholars have produced on the GLM. Only those publications relevant to the Good Lives Model are listed.

Publications are presented from most recent to earliest works. Fortune, C. & Ward, T. (in press). Self-regulation targets. In L. Marshall & R. Mann (Eds.). Treatment of sexual offenders. dangerous offenders to a community protection approach. The clinical model disappeared from the forefront of American sex offender legislation, in part, as a result of the efforts of civil liberties movements whose members argued that mental health experts’ assessments of dangerous offenders.

IPP and EPPImprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) and Extended Sentence for Public Protection (EPP) are abolished. Both types of sentence can be imposed only if the Defendant was convicted on or before December 2, Extended Determinate Sentence (EDS)ssA Criminal Justice Act (adults), sB Criminal Justice Act (youths)The Extended Determinate.

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These dangerous criminals, including a killer, paedophile, would-be rapist, kidnapper and sex predator among others, have all been given extended sentences for .Reformatory Schools for the Children of the Perishing and Dangerous Classes and for Juvenile Offenders: With Index Added (Patterson Smith reprint.

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