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Justice records across national boundaries

Justice records across national boundaries

In this e-book, with one exception, the articles have been contributed by people who are outside the records management discipline and are academics, researchers or professionals. They are based in universities, public sector law enforcement bodies such as Europol, independent scientific research institutions such as the National Institute of Criminalistics and Criminology (NICC/INCC) and a not-for-profit organisation. They span four different countries in two continents, and one paper sets a record for the number of co-authors – 14. The chapters focus strongly on sharing data and records, whether from a practical perspective, an ethical one, for development or in support of effective systems of justice.


‘Justice delayed is justice denied’: records management and the travesty of justice in South Africa,Editorial ,Managing forensic DNA records in a divided world: the Belgian case,Preserving Complex Digital Objects edited by Janet Delve and David Anderson,Using crime data in academic research: issues of comparability and integrity,Utilising the U.K. Freedom of Information Act 2000 for crime record data: Indications of the strength of records management in day to day police business.

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