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Explaining Criminal Careers Implications for Justice Policy

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Explaining Criminal Careers

Implications for Justice Policy

John F. MacLeod, Peter Grove, and David Farrington
272 pages | 216x138mm
978-0-19-969724-3 | Hardback | 23 August 2012
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Price:  £72.00
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