The British Journal of Crimonology Volume 45 Number 6 November 2005 - Geoffrey PearsonOxford University Press, 2005, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. Upper wrapper slighty curled at both corners. Text complete, clean and tight but one line of the book list to one chapter has been highlighted. A nice copy overall.
Published for The Institute For The Study And Treatment Of Delinquency.
On the Comparative Study of Corruption Franklin E. Zimring and David T. Johnson
The Legal and Regulatory Response to Solicitors Involved in Serious Fraud: Is Regulatory Action More Effective than Criminal Prosecution? David J. Middleton
Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger Gait Mason
It’s Not Who You Know — It’s What You Know About People You Don’t Know That Counts: Extending the Analysis of Crime Groups as Social Networks Edmund Chattoe and Heather Hamill
Policing Prostitution: Ten Years On Roger Matthews
Prison Riots, Social Order and the Problem of Legitimacy Eamonn Carrabine
Assessing the Capability of Intensive Police Programmes to Prevent Severe Road Accidents: A Systematic Review Etienne Blais and Benoit Dupont
The Politics of Risk and Young Offenders’ Experiences of Social Exclusion and Restorative Justice Patricia Gray
Estimating the Intangible Victim Costs of Violent Crime Paul Dolan, Graham Loomes, Tessa Peasgood and Aki Tsuchiya