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Crime and Social Policy

ISBN/ASIN: 1118509897,9781118509890 | 2013 | English | pdf | 142/136 pages | 3.26 Mb
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell | Author: Hazel Kemshall | Edition: 1

Crime and Social Policy provides an invaluable examination of the relationship between social policy and crime. It draws on recent empirical research to offer important insights into the impact of current social policy trends on the lives of offenders.
Provides an invaluable examination of the critical relationship between social policy and crime managementIncludes illuminating case studies on the impact of social policies on offendersReviews current social policy trends and their influence on crime causation, crime rates, and crime managementDiscusses the role for social policy in promoting more effective reintegration of offenders into the communityDraws on recent empirical research ranging from youth crime, anti-social behaviour, ‘problematic families’, and social security fraud The collection offers important insights into the impact of current social policy trends on the lives of offenders

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