|Statement||by Vagn Greve ; in cooperation with Ole Ingstrup, Sv. Gram Jensen & Martin Spencer.|
|Series||Kriminalistisk instituts stencilserie,, nr. 54|
|LC Classifications||KJR3878 .G74 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||91109808|
Scandinavian prisons are roughly as racially and ethnically homogeneous as American prisons: 70 percent of Nordic prisoners are ethnically white citizens; the Author: Doran Larson. Denmark, strictly speaking, does not have a juvenile justice system. The age of criminal responsibility is fifteen. Offenders younger than that are dealt with by social welfare authorities. This theory was put to the test in , when Denmark lowered the age of criminal responsibility from 15 to 14, meaning that year-olds now face the criminal-justice system rather than social. In the criminal-justice system romanticized by Hollywood films, those convicted of crimes are generally guilty. In his new book, People in Denmark Are a Lot Happier Than People in the.
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