Table of contents for Crime, police, and penal policy : European experiences 1750-1940 / Clive Emsley.

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Contents
List of Abbreviations xi
1. Introduction 1
I. THE OLD REGIME AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT
2. Laws and Punishments 17
3. The Understanding and Nature of Crime 41
4. Coping with Crime 57
II. THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
5. The New French System 77
6. Crime and Police in Revolution and War 96
III. THE DISCOVERY OF THE CRIMINAL CLASSES
7. Measuring a Problem 117
8. Danger in the City: Danger in the Countryside 135
9. Protection, Punishment, and Reformation 160
IV. THE APPLICATION OF SCIENCE
10. `Scientific' Criminology 181
11. New Professionals: Old Problems 200
V. THE FACES OF PENAL WELFARE
12. Penal Policies and the Impact of War 227
13. Policing and Punishing after the War 246
14. National Paths: Common Patterns 267
Bibliographical Note 275
Index 279

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criminal justice, Administration of -- Europe -- History.
Punishment -- Europe -- History.
Crime -- Government policy -- Europe -- History.