1. General Recommended Reading List 0 items
    The following titles are suggested as basic reference texts. Specific reading for lectures and supporting Study Smarter resources are listed in the online Module Handbook.
  2. Core Books 21 items
    1. An introduction to criminal justice - Jamie Harding, Pamela Davies, George Mair 2017

      Book Core

    2. English legal system - Stephen R. Wilson, Helen Rutherford, Tony Storey, Natalie Wortley 2018

      Book Core

    3. The English legal system - Gary Slapper, David Kelly 2017

      Book Core

    4. The English legal system - Gary Slapper, David Kelly 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    5. The Short Guide to Criminal Justice - Sharon Elizabeth O'Malley, Lisa Jayne; Grace 2018

      Book Core

    6. Criminology skills - Emily Finch, Stefan Fafinski 2019

      Book Core

    7. The criminal process - Liz Campbell, Andrew Ashworth, Mike Redmayne 2019

      Book Core

    8. Davies, Croall and Tyrer's criminal justice - Malcolm Davies, Hazel Croall, Jane Tyrer 2015

      Book Core

    9. Davies, Croall and Tyrer's Criminal justice - Malcolm Davies, Jane Tyrer, Hazel Croall 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    10. The study skills book - Kathleen McMillan, Jonathan D. B. Weyers 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    11. The study skills book - Kathleen McMillan, Jonathan D. B. Weyers, Kathleen McMillan 2012

      Book Core

    12. Study skills for criminology - Harrison, John c2012

      Book Core Recommended for student purchase

    13. Study skills for criminology - John Harrison c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    14. Study skills for criminology - John Harrison 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    15. Criminal justice - Sanders, Andrew, Young, Richard, Burton, Mandy c2010

      Book Core This is an essential core text - highly recommended for purchase

    16. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Maguire, Mike, Morgan, Rodney, Reiner, Robert 2012

      Book Core In particular read: Sanders, A Young, R (2012) From Suspect to Trial. (Chapter 29)

    17. A practical approach to criminal procedure - John Sprack, Michael Sprack 2015

      Book Core

    18. UCLan (2009) 'Student Record of Employability Skills and Action Plan' (On Blackboard)

    19. Criminal justice 2013

      Book Further

  3. Core Webpages and Websites 5 items
  4. Books 13 items
    1. Hearing the victim: adversarial justice, crime victims and the state - Anthony E. Bottoms, Julian V. Roberts 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further electronic resource

    2. The criminal justice system: an introduction - Bryan Gibson, Paul Cavadino, David Faulkner 2008

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    3. The criminal justice system: an introduction - Bryan Gibson, Paul Cavadino, David Faulkner 2008 (electronic resource)

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    4. The criminal justice system: an introduction - Bryan Gibson, Paul Cavadino, David Faulkner 2008 (electronic resource)

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    5. Criminology - Chris Hale 2013

      Book Further

    6. Criminology - Hale, Chris 2009

      Book Further Chapts 22, 24, 25 are useful for basic introduction

    7. Criminology - Tim Newburn 2017

      Book Further electronic resource

    8. Criminology - Tim Newburn 2017

      Book Further Chapts 23, 25, 26 & 27, useful for introductory overview

    9. UCLan (2013) 'UCLan Futures: Careers, Employability and Enterprise Services (access via https://portal.uclan.ac.uk/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?tab_tab_group_id=_33_1 & Blackboard)

  5. Recommended Referencing guides 1 item
  6. Webpages and Websites 2 items
    Additional sources for the criminal justice agencies/organisations can be found on Blackboard and via the Minisrty of Justice website.