Nipping Crime in the Bud: How the Philanthropic Quest Was Put Into Law by Muriel Whitten
"The condemnation of crime in the buds" explores the origin and evolution of the charity (and its impact on contemporary institutions) amid escalating growth around levels of crime, severe provisions…
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"The condemnation of crime in the buds" explores the origin and evolution of the charity (and its impact on contemporary institutions) amid escalating growth around levels of crime, severe provisions under England's bloody law and lack of effective measures to prevent crime. Out of enthusiasm and ideals of enlightenment, this was the first voluntary charity dedicated to "reducing crime in its infancy". It has done so through education, training, preparation, installation and support for young people.
Fred, the book traces the first political networks and partnerships that have been achieved between the government and the voluntary sector. It reveals the occasional coincidence of difficulties, with funding on the edge of the knife, but with the relentless pursuit of Villan's influential influences cultures, has risen to the challenge and changed the ways of dealing with young people involved in crime and delinquency, Great prevention charities are still gathering for this issue.
Morrell Witten's book relies on previously obsolete archival resources and other direct research to create a huge and enlightening account of what, for many people, would be a missing chapter in English social and legal history.
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