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Major research centre in criminology, devised the Cambridge Crime Harm Index in 2016, which attempts to measure the total harm caused by different types of crime. Base for the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development longitudinal study (1961-) led by David Farrington and colleagues. Other longitudinal studies include Britta Kyvsgaard's study of 45 000 Danish offenders, published as: The criminal career (2003) and the Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Development Study (PADS), another longitudinal study that commenced in 2002.
Publications & statistics since 2010 available from the Home Office/Ministry of Justice on Gov.UK. Material up to the end of 2010 is archived on the National Archives web pages, including: Crime in England & Wales (formerly the British Crime Survey). Also includes the following series: Statistical Bulletin; Findings/Research Findings; Research Studies; Ethnicity & the Criminal Justice System (until 2018: Race & the CJS) https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/race-and-the-criminal-justice-system; Statistics on Women & the Criminal Justice System. See also Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner