This survey has been prepared by Paul Senior, Hallam Centre for Community Justice, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, and Julian Buchanan, Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Our hypothesis is:
Social media offers criminal justice stakeholders an open, equitable and transparent way to extend avenues of communication globally potentially increasing accessibility and impact. It has enabled novel and distinctive pathways for criminal justice policy exchange, evolution and implementation through the construction of an extensive e-architecture enabling new forms of dissemination, communication, policy networks, policy developments and debate. This has the potential to democratise and widen access to influence crime policy.
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