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Comparative criminal justice

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  1. a subfield of the study of Criminal Justice that compares justice systems worldwide

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  2. Reichel (2005) identifies four major legal traditions that each have their own respective body of laws

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  3. Such study can take a descriptive, historical, or political approach

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  4. common to broadly categorize the functions of a criminal justice system into policing, adjudication (ie: courts), and corrections, although other categorization schemes exist

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