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Discretionary Powers- Criminal Justice and the Penal System - Past Exam

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Post: November 30th, 2012
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Discretionary Powers, Welfare Solutions, Crime Control, Criminal Justice, Security Issues, Discretionary Powers, Critically Analyze, National Offender Management Service, Sentencing Guidelines Council, Proportionality are some points from this exam paper. Its all about law.
Discretionary Powers, Welfare Solutions, Crime Control, Criminal Justice, Security Issues, Discretionary Powers, Critically Analyze, National Offender Management Service, Sentencing Guidelines Council, Proportionality are some points from this exam paper. Its all about law.
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PRIFYSGOL ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY DEGREE EXAMINATIONS 2010 DEPARTMENT OF LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE PENAL SYSTEM (LA36320) Time allowed TWO hours Answer TWO questions. Candidates are not permitted to bring any books, notes or any other materials into the examination. 1. Garland suggests that welfare solutions to crime are largely obsolete and that rather than delivering criminal justice and crime control the state works through third parties to tackle the crime problem and the security issues to which it gives rise. Critically consider how effectively Garland‟s interpretation is a true picture of criminal justice in England and Wales today and discuss whether it raises any concerns. 2. Critically consider whether discretion can undermine what might otherwise be a form of policing which empowers the community and briefly discuss how one might best prevent the improper use of discretionary powers. 3. Critically analyze and examine the role of ONE of the two criminal ju..

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