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Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law

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Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law. / Lewis, Chris; Ellis, Tom.

Criminal victim support study. ed. / Z. Wei. China : People's Court, 2007.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Lewis, C & Ellis, T 2007, Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law. in Z Wei (ed.), Criminal victim support study. People's Court, China.

APA

Lewis, C., & Ellis, T. (2007). Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law. In Z. Wei (Ed.), Criminal victim support study People's Court.

Vancouver

Lewis C, Ellis T. Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law. In Wei Z, editor, Criminal victim support study. China: People's Court. 2007

Author

Lewis, Chris ; Ellis, Tom. / Victim protection in the United Kingdom: policies, practice and the law. Criminal victim support study. editor / Z. Wei. China : People's Court, 2007.

Bibtex

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