Resolution through Devolution: Policing, Youth Justice and Imprisonment in Wales
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Criminal justice was not devolved to the Welsh Assembly but the process of devolution has resulted in de facto differences emerging between England and Wales. In the previous edition of this journal, Jackie Jones argued that these differences would lead to the eventual devolution of criminal justice to the Assembly. This response article concentrates on three distinct areas of criminal justice policy – policing, youth justice and imprisonment – and seeks to situate the Welsh concerns in a broader context. The conclusion draws together what I see as the two central themes of Jones‘ paper: the inevitability of a Welsh criminal justice system and the desirability of this.
Dingwall, G. (2009) 'Resolution through Devolution: Policing, Youth Justice and Imprisonment in Wales', Crimes and Misdemeanours: Deviance and the Law in Historical Perspective, 3(1), pp.5-19. Available at: https://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/handle/10026.1/8836
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