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Protecting Intimidated Witnesses

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Nicholas R. FyfeUniversity of Dundee

ISBN13: 9780754613350
ISBN: 0754613356
Published: April 2003
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



A discussion of the growing problem of witness intimidation in Britain, and of the increasing role of witness protection. Drawing on the results of research from a project commissioned by the Scottish Executive to evaluate the Strathclyde Police Witness Protection Programme, this book provides a detailed examination of the problems of witness protection and a study of the operation and implications of a witness protection programme in Britain. Combining both quantitative and qualitative evidence, it focuses on the nature and extent of witness intimidation, the structure and operation of the Strathclyde Police Witness Protection Programme, and the impact of intimidation and relocation on the lives of the witnesses.

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Contents:
""The forgotten soul""? Witnesses and the criminal justice system in Britain; witness intimidation and protection in the United States; witness intimidation in Britain - perspectives on the extent and nature of the problem; responding to intimidation - the structure and operation of witness protection; inter-agency co-operation and witness protection; desperately seeking safety - protected witnesses' experiences of intimidation and relocation; ""why should we move?"" the experiences of intimidated witnesses who stayed in their homes or local area; intimidated witnesses at court; conclusion - discourses of intimidation and their implications for policy and research.