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    Police: A Field Guide

    Expanded, updated edition of a radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing

    Clash of the Clans: The Rise of the Kinahan Mafia and Boxing's Dirty Secret

    Clash Of The Clans is a story that traces the emergence of the Irish mafia from the streets of Dublin to the highest echelons of global organised crime and right into the heart of professional boxing.

    How to Solve a Crime

    A fascinating and insightful book on the world of forensic science, by the UK's most respected forensic scientist and author of When the Dogs Don't Bark

    Big Vape

    A propulsive, eye-opening work of reporting, chronicling the rise of Juul and the birth of a new addiction

    Practising Critical Reflection: A R

    This accessible handbook focuses on a description and analysis of the theoretical input as well as the approach involved in critical reflection.

    Breaking Free: Help For Survivors Of Child Sexual Abuse

    Help, support and comprehensive resources for survivors of child sexual abuse.

    Counselling Skills in Action

    Introduces you to the core counselling and psychotherapy skills you will need for effective therapeutic practice.

    Exploring Contemporary Police Challenges: A Global Perspective

    This book ilustrates the complexity of policing in the 21st century and cover themes common to the police organizations around the world.


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    Bringing together a range of expert voices to tackle the essential topics relevant to the study of disability from a social perspective, this interdisciplinary introduction includes over 50 chapters relevant across health and social care.

    Irish Social Policy : A Critical Introduction

    This second edition of a highly successful textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to social policy in Ireland addressing a range of social policy topics of growing importance in contemporary Irish society including issues related to children, service users and groups, migration, ethnicity, sexuality and climate change.

    Social services & welfare, criminology