Crime, policing and compliance with the law

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Hough, Mike;
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Subject: law

Social scientific research has made a very substantial contribution to specialist academic understanding of crime and its control. This chapter sketches out that contribution that has been made in three areas: our understanding of crime trends; our knowledge of policing... View more
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