The Criminal Area: A Study in Social Ecology

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TABLES
1Male Persons in England and Wales found Guilty of
Indictable Offences 1954
26
2 Crime in France 1825-183046
3 Education in France 1827-2949
4 Crime in the County of Suffolk 1848-185358
5 Comparative Criminality of Rural and Urban Dwellers
in Suffolk 1848-1853
59
6 Place of Work of Croydon Residents: Population
Aged 17 and Over
111
7 Social Class Distribution of Occupied and Retired
Males in Croydon Aged 15 and over
112
8 The Croydon Jurors' Index 1952113
9 Index for Atypical Polling Districts114
10 Room Density and Overcrowding in Croydon114
11 Social and Economic Characteristics of Croydon117
12 Comparative Incidence of Indictable Urban Crime 1952121
13 Types of Offence: Croydon C.B. 1952122
14 Croydon Residents charged with Offences in Croydon
by Ward and Age
125
15 Rates of Delinquent Residence, i.e., Distribution of
Offenders expressed as a Percentage of Population
at Risk
128
16 Croydon Juvenile Court: Methods of Disposal 1952133
17 Children Places on Probation or Committed to Ap-
proved Schools (Series III)
144
18 Prosecution details of Probation and Approved
School Cases: (Series III)
145
19 Age Distribution of Probation and Approved School
Cases (Series III)
145
20 Intelligence and Educational Attainment (Series III)148
21 Children with Bad Conduct School Reports149
22 Arrest Rates in 'Yankee City'166
23 Family Relations and Mental Heath by Social Class167
24 Overcrowding and Social Class Correlated with
Rates of Delinquent Residence
169
25 Kindred Social Work by Croydon Probation Service
1952
193

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