Introduction to the Hong Kong Criminal Justice System
This book is a full-length study of the agencies charged with the control and management of crime in Hong Kong during the final years of British rule. Discussing agencies such as the Independent Commission Against Corruption, the Judiciary and the Royal Hong Kong Police Force this book provides a solid introduction to the current criminal justice system and a sound basis for comparative analysis of possible legal and organizational innovations within the post-1997 Hong Kong criminal justice system.
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