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National Crime Council. (2007) Problem solving justice: the case for community courts in Ireland. Dublin: Stationery Office.

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The National Crime Council is a non-statutory body set up in 1999 to provide a forum for the development, expression and contribution of a wide range of views on crime prevention strategies and policies and to contribute to crime policy development.

The Council recommends that Community Courts be established in Ireland. The Council further recommends that Community Courts be established as stand alone courts in areas of high population. Community Courts could form part of an ordinary District Court in rural areas where this factor is not present. The Council recommends that each stand alone Community Court be located in a dedicated building within the geographic area of the community it serves...


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Crime prevention
Date
2007
Pages
68 p.
Publisher
Stationery Office
Corporate Creators
National Crime Council
Place of Publication
Dublin
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)

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