ISBN-10:
0521866693
ISBN-13:
9780521866699
Pub. Date:
05/22/2008
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Towards a European Criminal Record

Towards a European Criminal Record

by Constantin Stefanou, Helen Xanthaki

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780521866699
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 05/22/2008
Pages: 412
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.14(d)

About the Author

Constantin Stefanou is a senior lecturer at the Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London.

Helen Xanthaki is a senior lecturer in Legislative Studies at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: how the idea of a European Criminal Record came to be Constantin Stefanou and Helen Xanthaki; 2. The European Criminal Record: analysis Helen Xanthaki; 3. The European Criminal Record: the political parameters Constantin Stefanou; 4. The European Criminal Record: human rights considerations Alexandra Xanthaki; 5. The European Criminal Record in Austria Robert Kert; 6. The European Criminal Record in the Czech Republic Jaroslav Fenyk; 7. The European Criminal Record in Germany Lorenz Böllinger; 8. The European Criminal Record in Greece Maria Gavouneli and Pantelis Traianos; 9. The European Criminal Record in Hungary Katalin Ligeti; 10. The European Criminal Record in Ireland Ivana Bacik; 11. The European Criminal Record in the Netherlands Oswald Jansen; 12. The European Criminal Record in Slovenia Katja Šugman and Dragan Petrovec; 13. The European Criminal Record in Slovakia Anna Ondrejova; 14. The European Criminal Record in Spain Francisco Javier García Fernández; 15. The European Criminal Record in England and Wales Lisa Webley; 16. Databases in the area of freedom, security and justice: lessons for the centralisation of records and their maximum exchange Valsamis Mitsilegas; 17. A European Criminal Records Database: an integrated model Els de Busser; 18. The European Criminal Record: feasible or folly? Helen Xanthaki; 19. Conclusions Constantin Stefanou and Helen Xanthaki.

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Review of the hardback: 'The bulk of the book consists of essays contributed by specialists drawn from 11 member states. This part marshals an impressive array of expertise, covering matters such as what is entered on domestic criminal record systems, the use to which the contents of such systems may lawfully be put and the extent (if any) to which entries may be deleted. … the editors have assembled an impressively wide-ranging body of contributors whose essays certainly inform - and will doubtless help to shape the debate as to the creation of a European criminal record.' Criminal Law and Justice Weekly

Review of the hardback: '… offers a valuable framework of reference … very interesting book on a fascinating topic.' European Law Review

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