Recent developments in the penal climate in Italy reveal a growing demand for punitiveness. What will be the impact of the rise of new Eurosceptic and populist forces on the criminal justice system?
Tag: Penal Policy
Italy has long been considered a non-punitive country due to its low imprisonment rates and the leniency of some of its penal policies. But is this really the case?
California's AB 109 Public Safety Realignment Act has been touted as one of the biggest experiments in criminal justice history. As a state response to relieve overcrowded prisons, are we really fixing the problem or simply shifting the burden?