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The Criminology, Penology and Victimology [For LL.B., B.A. LL.B., B.B.A. LL.B., B.com LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B. Etc.]

The Criminology, Penology and Victimology [For LL.B., B.A. LL.B., B.B.A. LL.B., B.com LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B. Etc.]

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Criminology is a new Science evolved just 100 years ago. It is the youngest science of all social sciences. First, the socoilogists started work on this subject. Later a separate group of scientists were evolved and named as criminologists. Criminology relates with every science known to human beings. It is a scientific, systematic statistical structural and functional science in depth, and is concerned with every wa'k of human life psychologically and physically. In fact, it is the combination of several sciences. However, it has its own distinctive characteristics. Now, Criminology has been recognised as a science, an empirical science. More particularly, it is one of the social behavioural sciences. Penology is a science and a branch of Criminology. This branch explains punishment and its relation to crime, and the management of prisons. The objects of Penology are narrower, and are confined to punishments and the management of prisons only.  Criminology and Penology subject is introduced as a paper in LL.B and LL.M in several Universities, suc as Gulbarga, Andhra, Madras, etc. This subject also called as " Criminology and Criminal Administrator.
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Contents
A.        Crimininology

1.        :    Definition, Scope, Nature and Concept of Criminology
2.        :    Schools of Criminology
2.A      :    Schools of Criminology
2.B      :    The Classical School
2.C      :    Lombrosian Theory / Positivist School.
2.D     :    The Typological School
2.E      :    The Socialistic School
2.F      :    The Sociological School
2.G     :    The Anthropological School.
2.H     :    Multiple Factors Theory.
3.        :    "Crime: Definition and Types
                Classification of Crimes
4.        :    Causes of Crime
4.A      :    Social Causes of Crime
4.B      :    Economic Causes of Crime
4.C      :    Physical and Mental Defects
4.D     :    Geographical Causes of Crime
4.E      :    Political Causes of Crime
5.        :    White Collar Crimes/Organized Crimes
5.A      :    White Collar Crimes
5.B      :    Organized Crimes
6.        :    Juvenile Delinquency
6.A      :    Scope, Aim, Nature, Concept and Objectives of Juvenile Justice Act, 1986
6.B      :    Causes of Juvenile Delinquency
6.C      :    Competent Authorities and Institutions for Juveniles/ Procedure of Competent Authorities Generally
6.D      :   Borstal Institution
7.         :   Female Delinquency
7.A      :    Prostitution
7.B      :    Female Delinquency
7.C      :    Crimes against Women
8.        :    Suicide
B.        Penology
9.        :   Definition, Characteristic Features and Schools of "Penology".
10.      :   Theories of Punishment
11.      :    Kinds of Punishment
11.A    :   Kinds of Punishment
11.B    :   Measure of Punishment
12.      :    Capital Punishment
13.      :    Prison and Prison Reforms
13.A    :   Definition of "Prison" & Evolution of Prison System
13.B    :   Prison Reforms in India
13.C    :   Classification of Prisoners
13.D    :   Prison Discipline/Offences
13.E    :    The Pennsylvania Jail System/Auburn Jail System
14.      :    Correctional Administration
14.A    :   The Probation of Offenders' Act, 1958
14.B    :   Power of the Court to release the offender/ Procedure in case of offender failing to observe             
                conditions
14.C    :   Appointment and Duties of Probation Officer
14.D    :   Parole
15.       :   Police and Courts
15.(A0 :   Police
15.A (i):   Investigation
15.A(ii):   Role of the Police
15A(iii):   Distinction between Cognizable & Non-Cognizable Offences
15.B    :   Courts
15.B (i):   Hierarchy of Criminal Courts
15.B(ii):   Inquiry and Trial
15B(iii):   The Role of Judiciary on incubate Crimes
16.      :   Recidivism
Previous Question Papers

C         Victimology
3.A.     :    Introduction, History, Philosophy and Concept of Victimology
3.B.     :    Rights of the Victims
3.C.     :    Theories of Victimology
3.D.     :    The United National General Assembly Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for         
                 Victim of crime and Abuse of Power
3.E      :    Victimology - Compensation - Indian Experience - Law and Case - Laws 
3.F.     :    Victimology - The European Experience
3.G.    :    Victimology - The American Experience
3.H.    :    World Society of Victimology (WSV)
3.I.      :    Victim and Witness Assistance Programmes
3.J.      :    Restitution and Victim Compensation
3.K.     :    Legal Framework on Victimology
3.L.     :    Role of Coruts
3.M.    :    Role of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
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Author Details
Gade Veera Reddy
, B.Sc., LL.B., M.A., (M.B.A)
(Recipient of 5 Medals in Law) (K.U)
Advocate High Court, Kothi, Hyderabad - 500095, T.S.
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