Criminal Justice

Tunisia: The Colonial Legacy and Transitional Justice

Following the 2011 Revolution ending over five decades of dictatorship, Tunisia embarked on a comprehensive transitional justice process to investigate a broad range of state violations against its citizens, including false imprisonment, torture, assassination as ...

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African Civil Society Stakeholders Call for Global and Inclusive Justice

African Civil Society Stakeholders Call for Global and Inclusive Justice For the full article click here Link to Pan African  Lawyers Union here

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Developing a use of force policy for the South African Police Service : Workshop Report

Workshop report 2011. Developing a use of force policy for the South African Police Service.  Emoyeni Conference Centre, Johannesburg, 21 - 22 July 2011.

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Beyond Section 49: Control of the use of lethal force

Bruce, David.  2011. Beyond section 49: Control of the use of force. SA Crime Quarterly 36.  Institutue for Security Studies. (1.2MB)

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Lethal force: CSVR submission on the proposed amendments to Section 49 of the Criminal Procedure Act

CSVR. 2011. Submission to Portfolio Committe on Justice and Constitutional Development, Criminal Procedure Bill 39 of 2010 (196KB)

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Police and the use of force in South Africa: Time for a new approach

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, Institute for Security Studies and African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum  ‘Police and the use of force in South Africa: Time for a new approach, ...

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Anger, hatred, or just heartlessness? Defining gratuitous violence.

Bruce, D. (December 2010). Anger, hatred, or just heartlessness? Defining gratuitous violence. In SA Crime Quarterly No.34 (pdf 624Kb)

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