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Penology and Victimology

Penology and Victimology

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2017
  • ISBN 13 9789381587225
  • Approx. Pages 752 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
Previously, the subject 'Criminology and Criminal Administration' and later 'Penology and Victimology' used to be taught for the LL.B. Degree Courses as optional subject. Now the Bar Council of India has prescribed seven optional groups and among them criminology is one. Under Criminology group fourteen subjects have been listed. They are:
1.    Crime and Criminology
2.    Criminal Psychology
3.    forensic Science
4.    International Criminal Law
5.    Prison Administration
6.    Penology and Victimology
7.    Offences against child & Juvenile Offences
8.    Women 7 Law (including criminal)
9.    I. T. Offences
10.  Probation and Parole
11.   Criminal Sociology
12.  Comparative Criminal Procedure
13.  Financial and Systematic Fraud
14.  White Collar Crime
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Contents
UNIT - I
Crimes

Chapter 1    Scope of Crime
Chapter 2    Crimes in India
Chapter 3    Crime Rates in India
Chapter 4    Crimes of the Powerful
Chapter 5    White Collar Crimes : Corruption in public Life : Socio-economic Crime
Chapter 6    Organised Crimes
Chapter 7    Smuggling, Traffic in Narcotics
Chapter 8    Socio-economic Crimes
Chapter 9    Fraudulent Trade Practices : Adulteration of Food and Drugs
Chapter 10    Crimes in Professions
Chapter 11     Crimes against Women and Children
Chapter 12    Social Causes of Crimes
Chapter 13    Crime Control
UNIT - II
Criminal Justice System and the Police

Chapter 1    Administration of Criminal Justice System
Chapter 2    History of Police System
Chapter 3    Police System
Chapter 4    Mode of Recruitment and Training of Police
Chapter 5    Structural Organisation of Police at the Centre and at the State
Chapter 6    Powers and Duties of Police
Chapter 7    Methods of Police Investigation
Chapter 8    Corruption in Police
Chapter 9    Relation between Police and Prosecution
Chapter 10    Liability of Police Violence
Chapter 11     Police-Public Relation
Chapter 12    Reform Proposals made by Different Committees
Chapter 13    Modernisation of Police in India
Chapter 14    International Criminal Police Organisation
UNIT - III
Penology [Punishments]

Chapter 1    Origin, Development, Definition and Scope of Penology
Chapter 2    Nature and Scope of Punishment
Chapter 3    General Principles (or Rules) of Punishment
Chapter 4    Right of the State to Punish
Chapter 5    Sanctions and the use of Force by the State
Chapter 6    Theories of Punishment
Chapter 7    Modes or Forms or Types or Kinds of Discarded Punishments
Chapter 8    Existing Modes or Forms or Types or kinds of Punishment
Chapter 9    Capital Punishment (Death Sentence0
Chapter 10    Mitigation of Penalties or Punishment
Chapter 11     Essentials of an Ideal System of Penal Policy
UNIT - IV
Prisons

Chapter 1    The Prison System
Chapter 2    Administrative Organisation of Prisons
Chapter 3    Maintenance pf Prisons
Chapter 4    The Jail Manual
Chapter 5    Prisoners
Chapter 6    Admission, Removal and Discharge of Prisoners
Chapter 7    Constitutional Imperatives and Prisoner's Rights [Judicial Mandates
                       Regarding Prisoner's Rights]
Chapter 8    Jail Reforms and Convicted Prisoners in India
Chapter 9    Open Air Prisons
Chapter 10  Violation of Prison Code and its Consequences [Offences in Relation to Prisons]
Chapter 11   Appraisal of Imprisonment as a Mode of Punishment
UNIT - V
Offenders

Chapter 1    Treatment and Correction of Offenders
Chapter 2    The Need for Reformation and Rehabilitation of Offenders undergoing
                      Punishment or Imprisonment
Chapter 3    Classification of Offenders through Modern Diagnostic Techniques
Chapter 4    Role of Psychiatrists, Psychoanalysis and Social Workers in the Prison
Chapter 5    Programmes for Offenders in Prisons for Reformation and Rehabilitation
Chapter 6    Group Counselling and Resocialisation Programmes
Chapter 7    Probation as Resocialisation Process
Chapter 8    Probation of Offenders Act, 1958
Chapter 9    Parole
Chapter 10  Released Offenders
UNIT - VI
Victimology

Chapter 1    Introduction, Historical Development and Philosophy of Victimology
Chapter 2    Nature and Scope of Victimology
Chapter 3    Victim
Chapter 4    Impact or Effects or Consequences of Victimization
Chapter 5    Theories of Victimology or Victimization
Chapter 6    Redressal to Victims
Chapter 7    American Experience of Victimization
Chapter 8    European Experience of Victimization
Chapter 9    Indian Experience with Victimization
Chapter 10  Rights of Victims in India, the U. K. and the U.S
Chapter 11  United Nations' Support to Victims of Crime
Bibliography
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Author Details
Dr. S. R. MYNENI

• Born on 20-8-1939 at Lagadapadu village in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh to Smt.Annapurnamma and Sri Butchaiah and hails from a respectable farmers' family.
• He had his Primary School Education at his native village; High School Education (1950-56) at Pedakurapadu; Teacher Training (1956-58) at Tadikonda; B.Ed. Training (1965) and B.L. (1990-93) at Rajahmundry (AP). He has acquired his remaining qualifications from Intermediate (1960) to Ph.D. (1983) and LL.M (1993-95) from different Indian Universities by private appearance.
• He worked in Government Schools as Primary School Teacher (1958-66), Headmaster and Teacher Educator (1966-69). He officiated as an Extension Officer (Edn.) at Ongole Samithi (1969-74). He taught Economics as Asstt. Lecturer (1974-77), Lecturer (1977-87), Reader (1987-97) and Mercantile Law  (1998-99) in Government Colleges at Nidadavole Rajahmundry and Kakinada in AP.
• Registered as an Advocate of A.P. Bar Council (1998) and became Member of A.P. High Court Advocates Association (2001).
• His first book 'International Economic Law' was published in 1996 from then onwards nearly 80 text books for B.A., LL.B., and LL.M., Courses written by him were published by Allahabad Law Agency,  Faridabad and Asia Law House, Hyderabad. Some of them are prescribed by some Universities as textbooks/reference books.
• During the year 2015, under the achievement of writing most law text books, his name has been entered in, The Limca Book of Records. The Indian Book of Records, The Golden Book of World Records, and The Unique World Records.
• He visited Moscow (USSR) in 1985 and the USA in 1999.
• He has been associated with Friendship Association and Peace Organization.
• He is the believer of altruism.
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