South African Crime Quarterly

The South African Crime Quarterly (SACQ) is a journal co-published by the Justice and Violence Prevention Programme at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) and the Centre of Law and Society (CLS) at the University of Cape Town. SACQ presents recent research results on crime, criminal justice, policing, prisons and incarceration, crime prevention, and criminal justice policy and legislation. SACQ aims to add balance and objectivity to the discourse on human security in Africa by providing timely empirical research and analysis to policy makers, area specialists, academics and students.

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No 62 (2017): December 2017


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