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Beyond what works : how and why do people stop offending?

McNeill, F. (2002) Beyond what works : how and why do people stop offending? Working paper. Criminal Justice Social Work Development Centre, Edinburgh.

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    Abstract

    The author explores a comparative analysis of social work models for engendering change in criminal behaviors among offenders in Scotland.