|Thu Jul 14 2016, 9:00am–6:00pm|
|Fri Jul 15 2016, 9:00am–6:00pm|
If the low crime rate in Singapore serves as a barometer, it could be argued that the criminal legal framework has acquitted itself well in serving as a handmaiden for the rule of law in the first half century since independence. However, just as societies evolve over time, so too the criminal legal framework must never remain static and must be continually reviewed, assessed and revised to take into account broader changes in wider society.
This Conference seeks to bring together various domestic and international stakeholders to analyse current and likely future trends in criminality and criminal behaviour and possible responses to criminality to understand the key challenges and opportunities that will take centre-stage in the next leg of Singapore’s criminal justice journey.
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