Dr. Saloni answered on Apr 11 2022
International Comparison of Criminal Justice System
Criminal Justice Technology was implemented to enforce the law as well as to restrict crime. This paper focuses on and compares the two articles based on an international comparison of the criminal justice system (Kurlychek & Johnson, 2019). The article by Hedstrom emphasises the criminal justice systems of Sweden and Australia, whereas the article by Thomas Schiller emphasises the comparison of diverse countries' criminal justice systems from the perspective of the Netherlands (Hedström, 2018) (Schiller, n.d.).
According to Hedstrom, the United States is the world's leading imprisonment nation, holding 22 percent of the globe's incarcerated population. Sweden is among the least incarceration and recidivism rates on the globe, with only 29 percent of offenders reoffending and 1 out of 2,278 of the entire population incarcerated (Hedström, 2018). Thomas studied the "legal infrastructure" (judicial structure, enforcement, rules) of the Netherlands in relation to crime control in alliance with nine different nations: Austria, Australia, Canada, Germany, Denmark, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and the U.S. (Schiller, n.d.).
The purpose of Hedström's study is to determine the underlying causes of such variances by analysing the criminal justice systems of Sweden and the United States, as well as to identify potential improvement options to reduce recidivism, crime rates, and incarceration in the United States. The court, co
ectional system, and police have been specifically evaluated (Hedström, 2018). Whereas Thomas's purpose was to produce a "benchmark" against which future performance may be assessed. Thomas's study evaluates the Netherlands' position in relation to the nations mentioned earlier, with the purpose of...