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Themes Contemporary Policing

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This article introduces the concept of children’s allowances as a strategy for the redistribution of income to children. But it is even more crucial when individuals are required to adapt their attitudes and actions to the changing social pattern of a developing society. This approach was rooted in the Elizabethan Poor Laws of 1597 and 1601, which became highly punitive following the amendment of 1834, which reflected 19th-century British political economy centred on the principle of laissez-faire.

Pages: 143

Publisher: Police Foundation (July 1997)

ISBN: 094769241X

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