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Titles already published for the Home Office Studies in the Causes of Delinquency and the Treatment of Offenders (SCDTO)
"Prediction methods in relation to borstal training. Hermann Mannheim and Leslie
Wilkins. 1955. viii + 276pp. (11 340051 9).
'Time spenr awaiting trial. Evelyn Gibson. 1960. v + 45pp. (34-368-2).
'Delinquent generations. Leslie T. Wilkins. 1960. iv + 20pp. (11 340053 5).
'Murder. Evelyn Gibson and S. Klein. 1961. iv + 44pp. (II 340054 3). 'Persistent criminals. A study of all offenders liable to preventive detention in 1956.
W. H. Hammond and Edna Chayen. 1963. ix + 237pp. (34-368-5).
'Some statistical and other numerical techniques P. McNaughton-Smith. 1965. v + 33pp (34-368-6).
7. "Probation research: a preliminary report. Part I. General outline of research. Part II. Study of Middlesex probation area (SOMPA). Steven Folkard, Kate Lyon, Margaret M. Carver and Erica O'Leary. 1966. vi + 58pp. (11 340374 7).
'Probation research: national study of probalion. Trends and regional comparisons in probation (England and Wales). Hugh Barr and Erica O'Leary. 1966. vii + 51pp. (34-368-8).
'Probation research. A survey of group work in the probation service. Hugh Barr. 1966. vii + 94pp. (34-368-9).
'Types of delinquency and home background. A validation study of Hewitt and Jenkins' hypolhesis. lili/abclh Field. 1967. vi + 21pp. (34-368-10).
'Studies of female offenders. No. 1 —Girls of 16-20 years sentenced to borstal or detention centre training in 1963. No. 2—Women offenders in the Metropolitan Police District in March and April 1957. No. 3—A descriplion of women in prison on January 1, 1965. Nancy Goodman and lean Price. 1967. v + 78pp. (34-368-11).
'The use of llie Jcsness Inventory on a sample of British probationers. Martin Davies. 1967. iv I 20pp. (34-368-12).
"The Jcsness Inventory: application to approved school boys. Joy Mott. 1969. iv + 27pp.
Home Office Research Studies (HORS)
'Workloads in children's departments. Eleanor Grey. 1969. vi + 75pp. (11 340101 9).
"Probationers in their social environment. A study of male probationers aged 17-20, together with an analysis of those reconvicted within twelve months. Martin Davies. 1969.
204pp. (11 .140102 7).
'Murder 1957 to 1968. A Home Office Statistical Division report on murder in England and Wales, livelyn Gibson and S. Klein (with annex by the Scottish Home and Health Department on murder in Scotland). 1969. vi + 94pp. (11 340103 5).
'firearms in crime. A Home Office Statistical Division reporl on indictable offences involving firearms in lingland and Wales. A. D. Weatherhead and B. M. Robinson. 1970. vii t 39pp. (11 340104 3).