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This atlas on crime and justice in England and Wales provides a graphic illustration of the incidence, distribution and change over time of crime and the response of the criminal justice system. The atlas shows the differences that exist between the 43 different police forces in England and Wales in terms of their policy and practice on such issues as stop and search, caution, arrest, prosecution, influencing the number and type of people who are drawn into the criminal justice system - providing startling evidence of the variations in different police force areas, and the difficulty of talking about anything approaching a single criminal justice system. This atlas goes beyond a concern to map the harm caused by different forms of crime to show the impact of other forms of social harm, such as death and injury at work, on the roads and in people's homes. Drawing on a wide range of the most up-to-date statistical sources, this atlas contains over 200 maps and diagrams, providing a source of information on crime and justice in England and Wales. It will be an important source of reference for anybody with an academic or professional interest in crime and justice in the UK, including the police, probation, community safety officers in local authorities, those involved in crime prevention partnerships, and local and national policy makers.
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