Probation of Offenders Act 1958: An Overview
An accused person should be given a chance of reformation that he would lose if he is incarcerated in prison and associates with hardened criminals.
Difference between Gang, Racketeering and Crime Syndicate
An organised crime group is a category of transnational, national, or local groupings of highly centralized enterprises run by criminals who attempt to regulate and control the production and distribution of a given commodity or service unlawfully.
‘Evaluation of the working of Reformative theory in India’
Reformative theory of punishment is widely being accepted and implemented theories of punishment around the world. It is backed by the ideology that prisons should be converted into reformed homes. The motives behind the offences must be examined; there should be made a way so that the offender could go back to mainstream society.
Theories of Punishment
With the change in the social structure, society has witnessed various punishment theories and the radical changes that they have undergone from the traditional to the modern level and the crucial problems relating to them.
Introduction to Socio-Economic Offences
In India, socio-economic offences can be outlined, after the World War.