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Sentences and Punishments - Victorian Crime and Punishment

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Although the Victorians firmly believed in punishing criminals, they faced a problem: ... There were fewer hangings, and sentences for petty crime were getting lighter. ... Types of Punishment - Hanging Hanging was the most severe punishment for ... of a person's freedom has been used since ancient times as a punishment.

19th Century justice - Victorian Crime and Punishment

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The Victorian period saw great changes in how people were caught, arrested and charged ... Transportation was an alternative punishment to hanging. ... and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No .

Victorian prisons and punishments - The British Library

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Victorian citizens were worried about the rising crime rate. ... December 1895) depicts the unpopularity of the police who were viewed at times as a civilian army .

Victorian children in trouble with the law - The National Archives

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Before Victorian times no distinction was made between criminals of any age. ... Another form of Victorian punishment was transportation to a penal colony in a ...

Crime and PunishmentVictorian England | A little Dickens for the ...

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What was London's judicial system like during the Victorian Era? What were the .... Also, many cases that were controversial showed up in this type of courtroom.

Crime and punishment victorian era - SlideShare

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May 3, 2010 ... <br />Punishments were harsh before the Victorian era. ... reduce crime<br /> Prison became one of the main forms of punishments for almost all ...

BBC - History - British History in depth: Crime and the Victorians

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Feb 17, 2011 ... Were the Victorians right to think that crime was in decline? ... Statistics for England and Wales seemed to underpin their faith; almost all forms .... to corporal punishment as a penal sanction until well into the twentieth century.

A History of Punishments - A World History Encyclopedia

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Since Ancient Times forcing an offender to leave his home and go abroad or to another region either permanently or for a fixed ... However burning as a punishment was abolished in Britain in 1790. ... Garroting was a form of strangulation.

Factory Children's Punishments - Spartacus Educational

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Read the essential details about the punishments the children factory workers recieved. ... Children were usually hit with a strap to make them work faster. ... By this sort of conduct, the humane blacksmith was a check on the cruelty of the brutal ... We had good food, good beds and given liberty two or three times a week.

Going to School in Victorian Times - The Victorian School

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Later in Queen Victoria's reign a number of day schools had begun, ... by having a college education, they learnt "on the job" in a sort of apprenticeship. ... Other punishments were given including lines and detentions, and some, if not all, the ...

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Types of Punishment - Imprisonment - Victorian Crime and ...

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Hanging and transportation were the main punishments for serious offences. ... by the Victorian era, prison had become an acceptable punishment for serious ...

Types of Punishment - Hanging - Victorian Crime and Punishment ...

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Hanging was the most severe punishment for serious offences. ... These were the kinds of crime likely to be committed by people in most need, at a time ... the 3524 people sentenced to hang in England and Wales, only 1353 were for murder.

A Victorian prison - The National Archives

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Victorians were worried about the rising crime rate: offences went up from about ... They were firm believers in punishment for criminals, but faced a problem: what ... (separating strands of rope) were the most common forms of hard labour. ... He would have to turn the crank in his cell a set number of times to earn his food.