Vauxhall Centre for the Study of Crime
The work of the Vauxhall Centre for the Study of Crime spans empirical studies of youth crime and victimisation, policing, the operation of the youth justice and community safety services and the analysis of policy and practice in these fields. More recently its work has concerned the involvement of young people in gangs and organised crime and the resettlement of young people from care involved in the youth justice system. From its inception the centre has maintained an international focus, having undertaken studies with various universities and criminal justice and welfare agencies.
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University Of Bedfordshire
University of Bedfordshire