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Policing World SocietyHistorical Foundations of International Police Cooperation$

Mathieu Deflem

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199274710

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199274710.001.0001

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(p.238) Appendix 2 A German-US Dialogue on Policing and Criminal Justice

(p.238) Appendix 2 A German-US Dialogue on Policing and Criminal Justice

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Accompanying the analysis in Chapter 6, i here list the references and a short description of a theoretical sample of articles published in the first half of the 20th century in German and US criminology and police journals that deal with aspects of crime and criminal justice in the United States and Germany, respectively. Papers specifically discussing policing issues are separated from those on other or more general aspects of criminal justice.

German Perspectives of US Criminal Justice

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German Perspectives of US Criminal Justice

Police

1900

Hatscheck 1910, 1911 (comparison of US and Prussian police law); Heindl 1914a (methods of US police); Heindl 1914d (negroes as aides to police)

1919

Heindl 1922b (review of Fosdick’s book on US police); Welzel 1922a (comparison between German and US police); Welzel 1922b (travel report on police in New York); Jörgensen 1923b (police conference in New York); Welzel 1925a (New York police conference); Welzel 1925b (comparison between German and US police); Vollmer and Schneider 1925 (police school in Berkeley); Welzel 1926 (organization of US federal police); AfK 1926a (police in New York); AfK 1926b (police relationships); Paetsch and Voit 1927 (travel report on police); Paetsch 1928a (organization of US police); Paetsch 1928b (police methods in the USA); AfK 1929b (fingerprinting at the FBI); Heindl 1930a (a new US journal on police science); Riege 1930b (police laboratories); Gerland 1930 (review of Sellin’s book on police); Die Polizei 1931b (traffic control in Chicago); AfK 1931a (criminalistics in New York); AfK 1931c (New York; criminology courses); Riege 1931b, 1931c (New York); Ratcliffe 1932a, 1932c, 1932e (Chicago and Hoover); AfK 1932a (crime detection in Chicago); Heindl 1932c (national criminal police); Hartmann 1933 (US judgement on the German police); Die Polizei 1933f, 1933g (New York police)

1934

Heindl 1934 (federal police in the USA); AfK 1934 (municipal police and fingerprinting); Hartmann 1934 (German and US police); Exner 1935 (travel report on criminalistics); AfK 1935c (FBI fingerprinting); Die Polizei 1935c (police in Kansas); AfK 1936c (car theft); Die Polizei 1936a (fingerprinting at the FBI); Die Polizei 1936c (police in Hollywood); Die Polizei 1936d (fingerprints at the FBI); Die Polizei 1936e (traffic control); Die Polizei 1936f (the national guard); Die Polizei 1936g (police congress); Die Polizei 1936h (police in Chicago); Die Polizei 1937b (police in New York); Burchardt 1937a, 1937b, 1937c (New York, FBI, fingerprinting); Burchardt 1937e, 1937f, 1937g (police in the USA, FBI); Roenneke 1937a (police in New York); AfK 1937c (police statistics in New York); Meyer 1938 (story by a US police official); Hoover 1938b (FBI fingerprinting); Brasol 1939 (scientific criminalistics); AfK 1939a (New York police statistics; a US police magazine); Burchardt 1939 (police in New York)

1940

Burchardt 1940a (lie detector); Burchardt 1940b (crime-Fighting in the USA); Die Polizei 1940a, 1940b, 1940c (Hoover); Die Deutsche Polizei 1943e (a US view of German police); Die Deutsche Polizei 1943f (the Jew and the Yankee); Die Deutsche Polizei 1943h (on the origin of the term Yankee)

Crime and criminal law

1900

Hintrager 1900 (travel report about prisons); Nàcke 1903a (US view of Lombroso); Nàcke 1903b (a criminal case); Spitzka 1903 (statistics on lynching); Witry 1903 (Elmira reformatory); Pinkerton 1905 (bank robbers); Fehlinger 1906 (negro criminality); Liszt 1906 (review of a book on US children’s courts); Herr 1907 (travel report on prisons); Fehlinger 1908 (prison statistics); Hellwig 1909 (criminal superstition); Nàcke 1909 (diversity of the negro); Fehlinger 1910 (marriage prohibitions); Mitteilungen der IKV 1910b (report of the US group of the IKV); Stammer 1911 (travel report on juvenile delinquents); Stammer 1912 (criminal policy); Rechert 1912 (theft in Chicago); Fehlinger 1912 (crimes of children and women); S. 1913 (prostitution); McMurtrie 1913 (sexual deviance among women); Hofman 1913 (sterilization in California); Nâcke 1913 (white slavery); S. 1914 (arson); Struve 1914 (child reformatories); Fehlinger 1915 (sterilization of criminals in the USA); Schultze 1917 (murder statistics)

1919

Fehlinger 1919 (crime statistics); Heindl 1921 (number of murders, probation); Heindl 1922a (eugenics congress); Ranck 1926 (travel report on prisons); Heindl 1927a (prison society); Heindl 1927b (criminal statistics); AfK 1928a (criminal statistics); Die Polizei 1928 (traffic problems); Roesner 1928 (homicide statistics); Die Polizei 1929 (commercial air traffic); Foltin 1930 (travel report prisons); Baerensprung 1931a (crime in the media); Kraft 1931 (mass murderer in Chicago); Raper 1932 (lynching); AfK (1932b (crimes and prisoners); AfK 1932c (suicide); AfK 1933 (suicide and crime); Bartels 1933 (uniform criminal statistics); Die Polizei 1933b, 1933c, 1933d (lynching); Heindl 1933 (lynching)

1934

Heinrich 1934 (review of a German book on professional crime in the USA); AfK 1935a (sterilization, crime and prohibition); AfK 1935e (medical treatment of prisoners); Heindl 1935a (gangs in New York); Die Polizei 1935a (employment programme); Die Polizei 1935d (traffic); Anuschat 1936 (guns); AfK 1936d (burglary in New York); AfK 1936e (motives of homicides in New York); Die Polizei 1936b (air traffic); Roenneke 1937c (air traffic); Burchardt 1937d (crime statistics); AfK 1937a (decrease in crime in Chicago); AfK 1938b (crime slightly increasing in New York); Meinert 1939a, 1939b (criminal procedure); AfK 1939a (traffic accidents in New York); Die Polizei 1939b (crime in Chicago)

1940

AfK 1940a (punishment of homicide); AfK 1940b (juvenile delinquency); AfK 1940c (prevention of hereditary diseases); Die Polizei 1940c (negro criminality); Schneickert 1940, 1941 (Lindbergh baby kidnapping)

US Perspectives of German Criminal Justice

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US Perspectives of German Criminal Justice

Police

1910

Andrews 1903 (travel report on police in Europe); Garner 1911 (method for crime detection in Berlin); Albrecht 1911a (review on criminal police); Fuld 1911 (review of police in Europe); Fuld 1912a (police magazine); Fuld 1912b (review of German book on British police); Fuld 1912c (review of book on police dogs); Borosini 1913b (police conference in Berlin); Fosdick 1915a, 1915c (travel report on police systems in Europe); Powers 1917 (costs of police compared with USA)

1919

Belton et al. 1924c (Berlin police); Gollomb 1926 (travel report on European police); Glueck 1926 (travel report on European police); JAICLC 1928, 1929 (reviews of books on police); Goddard 1930 (travel report on scientific crime detection laboratories in Europe); Kavanaugh 1933 (travel report en European police); Wilson 1933 (travel report on European police); Exner 1933 (criminal justice); Ploscowe 1936 (police in France, Germany, and England)

Crime and criminal law

1910

James 1910 (criminal code); MacDonald 1910 (criminal statistics); Healy 1910 (review of German book on juvenile delinquency in USA); Albrecht 1911b (review on criminalistics); Kuhn 1911 (review on international criminal law); Upson 1911 (review of German book on crime); Hartmann 1911 (reform of criminal law); Shepard 1912 (review of German book on crime); Meyer 1912 (review of German book on US criminal law); Fuld 1913 (review on criminal law); James 1913 (Prussian administration); Gault 1913 (treatment of criminally insane); Urban 1914 (review of book on crime); Gault 1914 (review on psychology of crime); Todd 1914 (review of German criminology bulletin); Todd 1915 (review of von Hentig book on crime); Gault 1915 (obituary Hans Gross)

1919

Kuhlman 1928 (review on crime); Heindl 1930b (a new US journal for police science); Sellin 1931 (review on German crime); Gehlke 1931 (review on crime and war in Germany); Viernstein 1932 (criminal-biological service Bavaria); Gentz 1932 (punishment)

1934

Cantor 1934a (review of German criminology dictionary); Cantor 1934b (prison reform); Preuss 1936 (Nazi penal law); Honig 1936 (changes in criminal law); Cantor 1937 (criminology); Kirchheimer 1938 (juvenile delinquency); Leiser 1938 (Nazi prisons)

1940

Landecker 1941 (German criminology); Hoefer 1945 (the Nazi penal system)