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Nightmare on The Street

  • Robert McLeanEmail author
  • James A. Densley
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Abstract

In Glasgow, most violence is knife violence and this chapter presents an uncensored look at it, with graphic descriptions of bloody street fights, assault with a deadly weapon, torture, and incidents that result in severe injury. This chapter explores the cycle of gang violence and its consequences.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Interdisciplinary Research Unit on Crime, Policing and Social JusticeUniversity of the West of ScotlandPaisleyScotland
  2. 2.School of Law Enforcement & Criminal JusticeMetropolitan State UniversitySaint PaulUSA

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