2 edition of Native criminal justice research and programs found in the catalog.
Native criminal justice research and programs
by Programs Branch, Ministry of the Solicitor General in [Ottawa]
Written in English
|Statement||Carol LaPrairie, Barbara Craig.|
|Series||Programs Branch user report -- # 1985-51, User report -- no. 1985-51|
|Contributions||Craig, Barbara., Canada. Solicitor General Canada. Programs Branch.|
|LC Classifications||E98.C87 L36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 315 p. --|
|Number of Pages||315|
In Native American and First Nation justice philosophy and practice, healing, along with reintegrating individuals into their community, is more important than punishment. The Native peacemaking process involves bringing together victims, offenders and their supporters to get to the bottom of a problem. The introductory essay provides an overview of Native American involvement in criminal justice systems and addresses the difficulty in discussing Native Americans as a single entity. Its author states clearly, however, that generalizations need to be used to familiarize readers with the book Author: Jill E. Martin.
 In the s, numerous research studies were published that contradicted this claim and proposed alternative approaches to combating crime and effective interventions. Since then, countless researchers, agencies, and even Congress have adopted the need to create comprehensive evaluations of effective programs. Diversity in the Criminal Justice System December 1, TOPIC: Native Americans and the Criminal Justice System Native Americans in the United States have reported to come from many different tribes. American Indians are likely to experience violent crimes at .
As part of the FY Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS), the Department of Justice awarded over $ million to improve public safety, enhance law enforcement practices, serve crime victims, combat violence against women, and support youth programs in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. The Justice Department's Office on Violence Against Women provides extensive resources on their site, including up-to-date information on interventions to stop violence against women for Criminal Justice Practitioners, advocates, and social service professionals with the latest in Research and Promising Practices regarding issues of Domestic.
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Students will explore how their educational backgrounds apply to issues of crime and justice. They will meet researchers and practitioners engaged in similar work. Studies suggest that crime rates are much higher for Native Americans compared with the national average.
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