Congratulations to Dr. Karim Ismaili on the publication of his latest book


KENNESAW, Ga. (Jul 3, 2012) — The College of Humanities and Social Sciences would like to congratulate our very own Associate Dean Karim Ismaili on the publication of his new book titled Canadian Criminal Justice Policy: Contemporary Perspectives (Oxford University Press). Co-edited with Jane B. Sprott and Kim Varma from Ryerson University in Toronto, this volume features the original work of some of the foremost criminologists and policy experts in Canada who explore a variety of topics including terrorism, drug law, technology policy, youth justice, policing, Aboriginal justice, and murder sentencing. Focussing on contemporary as well as historical pressures, the collection surveys the incredibly dynamic and largely under-examined field of criminal justice policy in Canada.

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