Victim and Offender Self-Reports of Alcohol Involvement in Crime

Greenfeld, Lawrence A.; Henneberg, Maureen A.
March 2001
Alcohol Research & Health;2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p20
Academic Journal
Examines the extent to which changes in alcohol-involved violence may contribute to the decline in violent crime rates in the United States. Perception of crime victims on the offenders' alcohol use; Characteristics of victimizations involving alcohol; Trends in alcohol use among offenders; Alcohol use among offenders on probation. INSET: SOURCES. . ., by Lawrence A. Greenfield and Maureen A. Henneberg.


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