Measurement of the Extent of Youth Crime in Scotland
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3 Main sources of information
4 Estimating levels of youth crime
5 Measuring indicators of anti-social behaviour
6 Measuring fear of youth crime
7 Final Conclusions and Suggestions
Appendix C1 & C2
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