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Evaluating neighbourhood justice: measuring and attributing outcomes for a community justice program

@article{Ross2015EvaluatingNJ,
  title={Evaluating neighbourhood justice: measuring and attributing outcomes for a community justice program},
  author={Stuart Ross},
  journal={Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice},
  year={2015},
  pages={1}
}
  • Stuart Ross
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice
One of the most important recent developments in criminal justice has been that of 'neighbourhood' or 'community' justice. Community justice recognises the important role that local communities play in responding to crime and provides a way to engage the community in identifying crime problems and solutions (Karp & Clear 2000). Dealing with crime under a community justice model involves extending the role of the justice system to help build community resilience in relation to the problems that… Expand

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