of North Carolina) provides a global comparative examination of criminal justice systems and philosophies around the world, with the thematic concern of the impacts of modernization and globalization providing a unifying thread throughout.
What does CJS stand for?
CJS stands for Criminal Justice System
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We have 66 other definitions for CJS in our Acronym Attic
- Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico - International Abraham Gonzalez (Airport Code)
- Civilian Job Series
- Closed Joint Stock Company
- Collège Jeanne-Sauvé (Canada)
- Columbia Japan Society (Columbia University; New York)
- Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
- Concast Join Success
- Controller Jurisdiction Symbol
- Corporate Jet Sales (Middleburg, VA)
- Corpus Juris Secundum (legal encyclopedia)
- California Juvenile Statistical Abstract
- Camps Jeunesse Sports Aventure (French: Youth Sports Adventure Camps; Switzerland)
- Center for Japanese Study Abroad
- Central Jersey Sikh Association (Washington Township, New Jersey)
- Centre for Judicial Studies Australia
- China Judaic Studies Association
- Club de Jeux de Simulation Argentanais (French gaming club)
- Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act
- Congressional Jewish Staffers Association
- Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (Farmington, CT)
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com)-- Capita's 4th National Information Sharing in the Criminal Justice System Conference, taking place in London on Friday 21st September, will equip you to meet the challenges of the Government's commitment to modernise and reform the Criminal Justice System.
Social work has neglected adults involved in the criminal justice system for nearly four decades.
Calling the US criminal justice system "a national disgrace," US senators called for a top-to-bottom review with an eye on reforms aimed at reducing America's vast prison population.
The government must take a fresh look at policy if over-representation of people from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in the criminal justice system is to be addressed, according to a new study published today.
Sixty-four per cent of people said they lacked confidence in the criminal justice system after the court began its work, compared with 62 per cent beforehand.
LOCAL people will be given more opportunities to become involved in the working of the criminal justice system in 2007, a top North probation officer has pledged.
Waiting until the law requires it, and without knowing when that time will occur, will prevent agencies from maximizing the many benefits electronic recording can provide in the interim to the criminal justice system and the citizens of the community.