Why Do People Commit Crime?
This book gives you clear, no nonsense information about why humans commit crime and it explains some of the reasons why these people are a part of our world. You can read about how people can end up involved in crime, and what happens to them and to others that interact with them. This book provides all the facts you need to make up your own mind about the subject.
LWhat Is Crime?
Why Do People Break the Law?
What Is Organized Crime?
What Methods Do the Police Use?
How Are Offenders Punished?
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