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Domingo, 27 de Septiembre de 2020

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Criminal Justice in Germany - Facts and Figures

Bundesamt für Justiz


Public perception of crime and law enforcement is dominated by headline news. Sensational cases attract media coverage; they are the topic of discussion on social networks. But the real picture is different: The day-to-day fight against crime is largely a story of minor to moderately serious property offences. This publication uses selected statistical data to present a realistic picture of punishable behaviour and the prosecution of criminal offences. Beyond this, it aims to provide an insight into how our criminal justice system works. All stages of criminal justice are described, from the work of police, prosecutors and judges, to sentencing, corrections and probation. Criminal Justice in Germany contains a dedicated section with figures on offender-victim mediation. It has been rounded off with a chapter on reoffending and some comparative statistics for Europe. However, a publication of this sort can only paint a picture of selected areas. It would go beyond the scope of this publication to cover all branches of criminal procedure and all available penalties together with the relevant figures. The figures presented in the following chapters have been taken from current statistics, which naturally refer to previous year.


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Europa - Alemania

Año Idioma

2015 Inglés

Categoria Tipo

Literatura Gris Memoria

Palabras clave

Crimen, Estadísticas, Justicia


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