Public Policy, Crime, and Criminal Justice
Offers a whole-system view of public policy, crime and criminal justice, with original articles on various topics ranging from a general discussion of public policy, the causes of crime and the components of the criminal justice system, to the implications for policy.
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An Historical and Philosophical Reassessment
Science Public Policy and The Career Paradigm by Michael Gottfredson and Travis
Crime Justice and the Social Environment by Elliott Currie 51 Questions
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