Paying back: 30 years of unpaid work by offenders in Scotland
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Professional decision-making and women offenders: Containing the chaos?
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Social Work in Criminal Justice
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Influencing trust and confidence in the London Metropolitan Police: results from an experiment testing the effect of leaflet drops on public opinion
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Families of Nations, Victimisation and Attitudes Towards Criminal Justice
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Evidencing sexual assault: Women in the witness box
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Vulnerability and risk: some lessons from the UK Reducing Burglary Initiative
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Insight 41: Support and Services for Parents in Scotland
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