By Kjell E. Genberg
Tredje delen av tre i serien om Bertil Återberg som nu är poliskommissarie i Kristianstad.
Återberg har flyttat until ett efterlängtat eget hus i Vinslöv med trädgårdstomte och allt. Han befinner sig på ett boksläpparparty hos greve Johan Barnekow på Sinclairsholm, när han får larm om att ett mord har inträffat på Charlottesborgsområdet i Kristianstad. En mysig äldre dam visar sig efterhand vara en kriminell affärskvinna med ett sortiment bestående av knark och horor, och Återberg klarar sig nätt och jämnt från att bokstavligen bli stekt.
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These justifications are not primarily concerned with evidence (what can be done) but with the obligations and duties of individuals, societies or communities (what oughtt to be done). Each reflects the assumptions and current knowledge of its time, but versions of each can still be found in contemporary discourse, and their differences and contradictions can lead to confusion. Each also logically requires a different type of evidence to support it, and in most cases the weight of the evidence is less than an enthusiastic advocate would wish.
609). Juvenile offenders and the reformatory system In keeping with emerging ideas about ‘moral contamination’ on the one hand, and ‘corrigibility’ on the other, the nineteenth century witnessed 44 Rehabilitation, Crime and Justice a succession of attempts to separate juvenile offenders from adults and, if possible, to keep them out of prison altogether (Radzinowicz and Hood, 1990). For example, as early as the 1820s some Warwickshire magistrates were committing young offenders to the care of their employers as an alternative to formal punishment (Bochel, 1976; Raynor and Vanstone, 2002).
Third, although some schoolwork and religious instruction were common features of reformatory regimes, hard labour was a consistent and substantial ingredient of the child’s routine. This was undoubtedly due to a virtually wholesale commitment to the principle of ‘less eligibility’ (Radzinowicz and Hood, 1990). Nonetheless, by 1866 there were 65 reformatory schools accommodating up to 5000 young offenders (McConville, 1981, p. 338). Early ‘probation’ Although a ‘formal’ system of probation was not established until the early part of the twentieth century, its roots are to be found in nineteenthcentury practices (Raynor and Vanstone, 2002).