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Criminology 4.3

Criminology WJEC unit 2- 4.3 discuss how campaigns affect policy making

Why was Sarah's law created? Sarah Payne was murdered Roy Whiting who's name was on the sex offenders register. If her parents had known this, they would have taken steps to protect her.
Who was involved in Sarah's law? Sarah's parents and news of the world
What is a pilot scheme? Used to test an idea before deciding whether to introduce it on a large scales.
What did the telegraph and argus campaign for? improve road safety with 'operation steerside'
Who was Ann Ming? The mother of Julie Hogg, she wished to see Dunlop convicted of her daughter's murder.
What is the 2003 criminal justice act? The result of Ann Ming's successful campaign. It permitted certain serious crimes to be re-tried.
How does double jeopardy law relate to Stephen Lawrence's case? Gary Dobson was retried for the murder of Stephen Lawrence and found guilty.
Created by: lrholton
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