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Understanding criminal careers in organised crime. / Francis, Brian; Humphreys, Leslie; Kirby, Stuart; Soothill, Keith.

London : Home Office, 2013. 120 p. (Crime research and analysis; No. 74).

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Francis, B, Humphreys, L, Kirby, S & Soothill, K 2013, Understanding criminal careers in organised crime. Crime research and analysis, no. 74, vol. 74, Home Office, London.

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Francis B, Humphreys L, Kirby S, Soothill K. Understanding criminal careers in organised crime. London: Home Office, 2013. 120 p. (Crime research and analysis; 74).

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