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Families, Drugs and Crime

Keeping Children out of Trouble

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 1-6
  3. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 13-21
  4. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 22-31
  5. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 32-39
  6. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 40-47
  7. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 48-64
  8. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 65-76
  9. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 77-102
  10. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 103-112
  11. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 113-124
  12. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 125-132
  13. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 133-140
  14. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 141-150
  15. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 151-165
  16. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 166-177
  17. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 178-193
  18. Richard Clutterbuck
    Pages 194-200
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 201-224

About this book

Introduction

Every mother and father is concerned about how to help her or his children to resist the temptations and pressures at school and amongst neighbourhood kids to get involved with petty crime or drugs. This book is about what parents should do from babyhood to teenage to cope with these hazards.

Keywords

behavior brain children crime drugs education emotion English father politics primary school punishment school

About the authors

The late RICHARD CLUTTERBUCK gave over 450 radio and TV broadcasts, and wrote 19 books in his lifetime, the most recent being Drugs, Crime and Corruption (1995) and Public Safety and Civil Liberties (1997). He took an MA in Mechanical Sciences at Cambridge and a PhD in Politics at London University. He was a Major General in the Army and then taught at Exeter University where, among other things, he ran the admissions for his department. In researching this book he visited Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Turkey, Brazil, Peru, Singapore and the People's Republic of China. But above all he visited primary and secondary schools, special schools, police, social services, local authorities, the law courts and prisons in the UK.

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