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Offending patterns of those involved in serious organised crime

Published: 8 Dec 2017
Part of:
Law and order, Research
ISBN:
9781788514385

This study explores the key characteristics and offending behaviour of people involved in serious organised crime.

39 page PDF

745.9kB

39 page PDF

745.9kB

Contents
Offending patterns of those involved in serious organised crime
7. Bibliography

39 page PDF

745.9kB

7. Bibliography

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