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Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe : the United Nations sustainable development goals - rural and urban safety ans security perspectives
2023

Abstract: The fourteenth international biennial conference Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe, organised by the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor (UM FCJS) on 12–14 September 2023, is subtitled The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – Rural and Urban Safety and Security Perspectives and addresses current challenges related to the UN SDGs and the provision of security in local communities. Topics of the conference are related to a research project of the UM FCJS on local safety and security – rural and urban perspectives (2019-20124) based on the UN SDGs that aim at the development of democratic societies trying to achieve seventeen ambitious goals globally. The conference is also a milestone that signifies thirteen years of membership of the UM FCJS in the United Nation’s Academic Impact Network (UNAI). The book of abstracts includes more than sixty abstracts of papers presented at the conference. The main topics of this year’s conference are rural criminology, criminal justice, policing, covid-19, crime, criminality, crime prevention, perception of crime, crime analysis, safety, security, community (oriented) policing, victimology and penology. Thanks for this great academic event go to the programme and organising committees, authors, participants and conference supporters nationally and internationally.
Keywords: Criminal justice, criminology, UN SDGs, local, security, local, urban, rural
Published in DKUM: 01.09.2023; Views: 263; Downloads: 34
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Language for specific purposes in the framework of criminal justice and security
2022

Abstract: The scientific monograph is oriented towards LSP for the field of criminal justice and security studies and also focuses on subfields, namely police, law, security, administration, etc. The monograph contains contributions from the field of criminal justice and security studies prepared by Slovenian and foreign authors, namely Jelena Gugić from the University of Pula, Mojca Kompara Lukančič from the University of Maribor, Nives Lenassi from the University of Ljubljana, Dragoslava Mićović from the University of Belgrade, Eva Podovšovnik from the University of Primorska, Jasna Potočnik Topler from the University of Maribor, Vanja Slavuj from the University of Rijeka, and Tilen Smajla from the University of Maribor. The work offers an insight into English and Italian through the prism of contents that focus on the language for specific purpose for the field of criminal justice and security.
Keywords: the English language, the Italian language, criminal justice and security, terminology, LSP
Published in DKUM: 09.12.2022; Views: 476; Downloads: 52
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Criminal justice and security in Central and Eastern Europe : Perspectives of Rural Safety, Security and Rural Criminology, Book of Abstractc
2021, other monographs and other completed works

Abstract: Conference proceedings consist of abstracts of conference papers presented at the 13th international biennial conference on Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe organised by the Faculty of Criminal Justice ans Security of the University of Maribor, Slovenia. The conference was held online between 13 and 15 September 2021. A lead topic of the conference is rural criminology and perspectives such as deviance, crime and social control activities, and provision of safety ans security. At the conference, 68 papers were presented by 116 authors from 22 countries. A celebration of the 25th anniversary of the international biennial conference took place. The conference proves an active and fruitfull international research activities of the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security of the University of Maribor.
Keywords: criminal justice, criminal justice and security studies, criminology, conference, Central and Eastern Europe. rural criminology
Published in DKUM: 13.08.2021; Views: 879; Downloads: 175
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Trial by jury in Russia : from the cornerstone of the judicial reform to the constitutional history artifact
Anna Gurinskaya, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Purpose: The article explores the process of gradual legislative encroachment on the constitutional right to be tried by jury in Russia that had started in 2008 when offenders accused of committing terrorist crimes were denied the right to opt for the jury. The objective is to show how the initial use of the security argument made possible further limitations of this right. Design/Methods/Approach: The research is based upon qualitative analysis of documents (drafts of legal bills, explanatory notes to the drafts, minutes of the Parliamentary hearings), decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation and judges’ dissenting opinions, statements of public officials, media reports. Findings: Jury trial that was once a cornerstone of the major judicial reform of the 1990-ies risks becoming a constitutional history artifact. The process of its curtailment came as a result of the inability of this institute to get adjusted to the realities of the Russian criminal process as well as of the need of the state to meet the challenges of the risk society. It is argued that the use of security argument allowed for the initial bill aimed at limiting this right for terrorists to be adopted swiftly and without much debate. It also opened the window of opportunity for further limitation of this right that came under vague agenda of victims’ protection and case review system reform. The author demonstrates that decisions of the Constitutional Court of Russia have played a significant role in promoting limitations of jury trials. Practical Implications: The approach used in the article can be applied to researching other cases of limiting citizens’ rights in the name of security. Originality/Value: The article represents an attempt to provide empirical evidence of the ‘security paradoxes’ described in the security literature.
Keywords: trial by jury, comparative criminal justice, Russian criminal justice, security, human rights, fair trial
Published in DKUM: 16.04.2020; Views: 843; Downloads: 37
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