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Serious Violent Offenders: Sentencing, Psychiatry, and Law Reform : Proceedings of a Conference Held 29-31 October 1991

edited by Sally-Anne Gerull and William Lucas
Format
Book
Published
Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Criminology, c1993.
Language
English
Series
Conference Proceedings Series
Conference Proceedings (Australian Institute of Criminology)
ISBN
3927510203, 9783927510203, 0642192588, 9780642192585
Contents
  • Personality disorder, the criminal justice system and the mental health system / David Neal
  • Coping with the highly dangerous : issues of principle raised by preventative detention / C.R. Williams
  • Provisions for violent offenders : perpetuating myths or confronting challenges / Margaret Ray, Leanne Craze
  • 'Dangerous persons' : to be gaoled for what they are, or what they may do, not for what they have done / Ron Merkel
  • The politics of dangerousness / Deidre Greig
  • Can the Victorian Parliament abolish fundamental rights? / Bryan Keon-Cohen
  • Indeterminate sentences and dangerousness / Ian Campbell
  • The principles of sentencing violent offenders : towards a more structured approach / Ivan Potas
  • The case for due process in reviewable sentences / Peter Svensson
  • Community safety and serious violent offenders / Paul Mullaly
  • Managing violent offenders in the correctional setting : a coordinated approach / Peter Harmsworth
  • Managing serious violent offenders in South Australian prisons : control, consensus or responsibility / John Dawes
  • Independent and intimate : the Serious Offenders Review Board, New South Wales / Graham Egan
  • Canberra's first forensic institute for rehabilitation services and training / Hugh Veness
  • A relapse prevention approach to reducing aggressive behaviour / Peter Prisgrove
  • Psychiatric treatment of violent offenders in prisons / Fredrick Stamp
  • A profile of forensic patients in New South Wales and an assessment of the role of the Mental Health Tribunal in effecting their release / Robert Hayes ... [et al.]
  • Review for release : the use and misuse of psychiatric opinion / William Lucas
  • Assessing the dangerousness and treatability of sex offenders in the community / William Glaser
  • The release of serious violent offenders and community safety / Don Thompson, Astrid Birgden, Marlene Morison.
Description
269 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series Statement
Conference proceedings series, 1034-5086 ; no. 19
Conference proceedings (Australian Institute of Criminology) ; no. 19
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