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by Katy Holloway,Trevor Bennett

  • ISBN: 0521687144
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  • Author: Katy Holloway,Trevor Bennett
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 24, 2007)
  • Pages: 374 pages
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Criminology. Drug-Crime Connections. Drug-Crime Connections challenges the assumption that there is a widespread association between drug use and crime. Recommend to librarian. Online ISBN: 9780511611315. Instead, it argues that there are many highly specific connections. The authors draw together in a single volume a wide range of findings from a study of nearly 5,000 arrestees interviewed as part of the New English and Welsh Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (NEW-ADAM) programme.

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Trevor Bennett and Katy Holloway, Drug-Crime Connec-tions. Cambridge Studies in Criminology. Second, Bennett and Holloway have chosen to disaggregate their measure of crime: Is it mere participation in crime (prevalence) that is related to drug use, the rate of participation (incidence) that matters, or is it both? The answer is clearer for prevalence than for incidence. On the one hand, they found a general drug-crime connection in regards to prevalence: drug use is associated with a range of offence types.

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Trevor Hugh Bennett is currently an Emeritus Professor at the Centre for Criminology, University of South Wales. His current project, in collaboration with Professor Katy Holloway, is the Higher Education Alcohol and Drugs Survey (HEADS) of university students in Wales.

Trevor Bennett, Katy Holloway, David P Farrington. Abstract In the last 25 years, there have been a large number of studies conducted on the connection between drug misuse and crime. However, there have been few attempts to date to conduct . More).

Drug-Crime Connections challenges the assumption that there is a widespread association between drug use and crime. Instead, it argues that there are many highly specific connections. Trevor Bennett and Katy Holloway draw together in a single volume a wide range of findings from a study of nearly 5,000 arrestees interviewed as part of the New English and Welsh Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (NEW-ADAM) program. They investigate specific drug-crime connections and other topics, such as gender and drugs, ethnicity and drugs, gangs, guns, drug markets, and treatment needs.

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