As a unique work of reference, The Cambridge Handbook of Australian Criminology covers the broad range of contemporary and historical subjects of criminology, combining statistical and narrative analyses. The book provides the most up-to-date figures and facts, traces historical trends in Australian crime and criminal justice, and comprehensively covers the key contemporary issues in Australian criminology. Including valuable crime statistics compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, this book is the complete companion to Australian criminology, the single most important resource for Australian criminology and criminal justice.
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Grabosky, Peter and Adam Graycar, 2002. The Cambridge handbook of Australian criminology. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.