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The Politics and Practice of Occupational Health and Safety Law Enforcement (Critical Criminological Perspectives)

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This book takes a critical approach to examining British and Italian occupational health and safety enforcement policies and questions the legal and political principles that underpin them. The book undertakes a comparative critical analysis of these two jurisdictions’ health and safety regulatory enforcement practices by focusing on the causes and consequences of the under-criminalisation of these crimes. It explores the fundamentals of these two jurisdictions' criminal justice systems and political practices, policies and traditions and exposes how these translate into pragmatic social inequality and injustice for victims of occupational health and safety crimes and, more generally, citizens. Findings are drawn from qualitative interviews conducted with front line occupational health and safety enforcement officers. This book offers an account of the challenges encountered when attempting to scrutinise public institutions responsible for policing crimes of the powerful. The comparison of the political and criminal justice system practices, polices and traditions of the British and Italian legal systems offer a valuable critical contribution to the anglophone literature on the subject and, more generally, on regulatory enforcement policies and practices.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030075019
ISBN-10: 303007501X
Dimensiuni: 148 x 210 mm
Greutate: 0.42 kg
Ediția: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2019
Editura: Springer
Colecția Palgrave Macmillan
Seria Critical Criminological Perspectives

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

1. Introduction.- 2. Histories and traditions.- 3. Incidents and enforcement trends.- 4. Scrutinising public institutions.- 5. Enforcement resources.- 6. Discretionary and Legal Consistency and Proportionality.- 7. Discretion and Enforcement Activities.- 8. Conclusion.


Notă biografică

Diego Canciani is Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Roehampton, UK.

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This book takes a critical approach to examining British and Italian occupational health and safety enforcement policies and questions the legal and political principles that underpin them. The book undertakes a comparative critical analysis of these two jurisdictions’ health and safety regulatory enforcement practices by focusing on the causes and consequences of the under-criminalisation of these crimes. It explores the fundamentals of these two jurisdictions' criminal justice systems and political practices, policies and traditions and exposes how these translate into pragmatic social inequality and injustice for victims of occupational health and safety crimes and, more generally, citizens. Findings are drawn from qualitative interviews conducted with front line occupational health and safety enforcement officers. This book offers an account of the challenges encountered when attempting to scrutinise public institutions responsible for policing crimes of the powerful. The comparison of the political and criminal justice system practices, polices and traditions of the British and Italian legal systems offer a valuable critical contribution to the anglophone literature on the subject and, more generally, on regulatory enforcement policies and practices.

Caracteristici

Provides an excellent resource for academics specialising in crimes of the powerful, and for national and international policy makers in the areas of regulatory enforcement policies, politics, sociology, jurisprudence and law

Examines the under-criminalisation of health and safety crimes and the problems when challenging public accountable institutions responsible for policing crimes of the powerful

Draws on qualitative research conducted with front line occupational health and safety enforcement officers in England and Italy