The book Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit is written by UNODC. Designed to be a dynamic set of documents that continue to meet assessment needs as they evolve, the Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit will be adapted and enhanced, and the electronic version will be updated on an ongoing basis. The Tools have been grouped within the sectors of the criminal justice system, with the first four sectors as follows: Surveillance; Access to justice; Custodial and non-custodial measures; and cross-cutting issues. The tools are organized by topic, both to ensure ease of use and to help the tester understand the key issues facing the system being tested. Additional tools will be added as future needs are identified.
Topics of this Edition
ACCESS TO JUSTICE
CUSTODIAL AND NON-CUSTODIAL MEASURES
DECISION POINTS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS
Overview of Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit
The Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit is a standardized and cross-referenced set of tools designed to enable United Nations agencies, government officials involved in criminal justice reform, as well as other organizations and individuals, to conduct comprehensive assessments of criminal justice systems; identify areas of technical assistance; assist agencies in designing interventions that integrate United Nations standards and norms on crime prevention and criminal justice, and assist in training on these topics. The Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit is a practical guide for those tasked with assessing criminal justice systems and implementing criminal justice reform.
|Book Name||Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit|
|Author of Book||UNODC|
|Category||Criminal Law Books|