Using Systems Thinking to Understand and Address Corruption in the Criminal Justice System in Fragile States

Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas have contributed this insightful analysis to the book Corruption, Social Sciences and the Law: Exploration Across the Disciplines, recently published by Routledge.

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Understanding Corruption in Criminal Justice as a Robust and Resilient System

An analysis process using systems thinking tools, by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church with assistance from Kiely Barnard-Webster.

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Pity the Man Who Is Alone: Corruption in the Criminal Justice System in Bangui, Central African Republic

A report by Ladislas de Coster, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church, and Kiely Barnard-Webster; with the support of Kessy Martine Ekomo-Soignet, Peter Woodrow, and Arsène Sende.

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Facilitation in the Criminal Justice System

A Systems Analysis of Corruption in the Police and Courts in Northern Uganda, by Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas, with assistance from Saskia Brechenmacher, Teddy Atim, Juliet H. Hatanga, and Sophia Dawkins.

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