Crime: key references and evidence
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The Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions and Crime Listing of findings and publications.
Houchin R. Social Exclusion and Imprisonment in Scotland: A report. Glasgow Caledonian University, 2005.
High Level Summary of Statistics data for Crime and Justice Trends (pdf) and High Level Summary of Statistics data for Crime and Justice Trends (excel). Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2016.
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