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  • Crisis Intervention in Criminal Justice/Socialby James E. Hendricks

    Charles C Thomas 2014; US$ 59.95

    This expanded new edition continues to demonstrate and provide theoretical, analytical, and practical knowledge for first responders. Face-to-face interaction with the client/victim is part of the comprehensive approach advocated by the book, which requires interveners to assess the nature of a crisis and the condition of the victim in order to determine... more...

  • Youth, Policing and Democracyby Ian Loader

    Palgrave Macmillan 1996; US$ 78.00

    This book is concerned with the place of communication in the troubled relations between the police and young people. Ian Loader presents a forceful critique of managerialism and, from the perspective of critical theory, outlines an alternative way of thinking about policing. This is then employed to make sense of recent research with young people... more...

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