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Terrorist Rehabilitation: An Introduction to Concepts and Practices

Terrorist Rehabilitation: An Introduction to Concepts and Practices Rohan Gunaratna Abstract Pakistani military developed a state-of-the-art capability to rehabilitate insurgents, terrorists and extremists. Community engagement to prevent and rehabilitation to deradicalize are the most humane approaches to countering the ideological threat of politically motivated violence. Spearheaded by Major General Ishfaq Nadeem Ahmad in Swat and by […]

Terrorism: An Evaluation of Students’ Awareness and Attitude at Kust, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Terrorism: An Evaluation of Students’ Awareness and Attitude at Kust, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Muhammad Munir, Syed Rashid Ali, Niaz Muhammad, Mussawar Shah, Abdullah, Imran Abstract The basic purpose of this research was to assess the students’ awareness about terrorism and attitudes towards learning about terrorism in the university curriculum. Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST) was the universe […]

The Drug Trade and the Death Penalty in Pakistan: Childhood and Practical Remarks from a Narrative – Existential Point of View

The Drug Trade and the Death Penalty in Pakistan: Childhood and Practical Remarks from a Narrative – Existential Point of View J. M. (Johan) Ras Abstract The death penalty is an appropriate sentence for all those involved in the drug trade. This trade can be stopped through the political will of government, the implementation of the military […]

Insanity Under Various Criminal Law Jurisdictions of the Globe: A Comprehensive Critical Study of the Relevancy of the Law Vaibhav Choudhary & A. Velan PART I

Insanity Under Various Criminal Law Jurisdictions of the Globe: A Comprehensive Critical Study of the Relevancy of the Law Vaibhav Choudhary & A. Velan PART I Introduction Criminal law defines both legal and illegal practices. Like the two-sides of a coin, it expresses, on one hand, legal strategies of punishment; on the other hand, those of non-punishment because of justification or […]

Witness Protection Model for the Royal Thai Police Samroeng Saengtrong & Sunee Kalyajit

Witness Protection Model for the Royal Thai Police Samroeng Saengtrong & Sunee Kalyajit Abstract The study of “Witness Protection Model for the Royal Thai Police” was to investigate problems and limitations of the witness protection, to explore models and to appropriately design models of the witness protection for the Royal Thai Police. In-depth interviews and Delphi […]

Internal Versus External Detection of White-Collar Criminals: An Empirical Study

Internal Versus External Detection of White-Collar Criminals: An Empirical Study Petter Gottschalk Abstract This article addresses the following research question: What differences might be found between white-collar criminals detected by internal procedures versus white-collar criminals detected by external sources? This research is important, as studies of white-collar criminals so far has focused on case studies rather […]

The Treatment and Rehabilitation of Offenders on Probation: An Assessment of the Changing Faces of Probation Service in England and Wales

The Treatment and Rehabilitation of Offenders on Probation: An Assessment of the Changing Faces of Probation Service in England and Wales Basharat Hussain & Gwyneth Boswell Abstract In the field of criminal justice, one of the most difficult tasks facing practitioners is how to work effectively with offenders. The aetiology of criminality is complex, yet the public expect […]