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Cite this chapter as: Shapland J. (2000) Auditing Criminal Justice.
Cite this chapter as: Shapland J. Clarke . Witt R. (eds) The Economic Dimensions of Crime. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
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Joanna Mary Shapland (born 17 February 1950) is a British criminologist, forensic psychologist, and academic, specilising in restorative justice and victimology. Since 2013, she has been Edward Bramley Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Sheffield. Victims in the criminal justice system. Shapland, Joanna; Vagg, Jon (1988). Policing by the public.
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