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Sentencing Matters Does Imprisonment Deter ?

@inproceedings{Ritchie2011SentencingMD,
  title={Sentencing Matters Does Imprisonment Deter ?},
  author={Donald Ritchie},
  year={2011}
}
Sentencing Advisory Council Level 4, 436 Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia Telephone 03 9603 9047 Facsimile 03 9603 9030 contact@sentencingcouncil.vic.gov.au www.sentencingcouncil.vic.gov.au Deterrence can be described as the prevention of crime through the fear of a threatened – or the experience of an actual – criminal sanction. General deterrence is aimed at reducing crime by directing the threat of that sanction at all potential offenders. Specific deterrence is aimed at… 
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