Reading evidence
Reading evidence

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Table 1: Source: Transport Statistics Great Britain, 2001, Department for Transport. Crown copyright material is reproduced under Class Licence Number C01W0000065 with the permission of the Controller if HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland.

Figure 2: The Runnymede Bulletin, 319, September 1999, The Runnymede Trust. Data from The Police Complaints Authority, Annual Report 1998/99;

Figure 3: The Runnymede Bulletin, 319, September 1999, The Runnymede Trust. Data from The Police Complaints Authority, Annual Report 1998/99;

Figure 4: The Runnymede Bulletin, 319, September 1999, The Runnymede Trust. Data from Home Office (1998), Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System. Crown copyright material is reproduced under Class Licence Number C01W0000065 with the permission of the Controller if HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland;

Figure 5: The Runnymede Bulletin, 319, September 1999, The Runnymede Trust. Data from Leigh, Johnson and Ingram (1998), Deaths in Police Custody: Learning the Lessons, Police Research Group at the Home Office Public Policy Directorate. Crown copyright material is reproduced under Class Licence Number C01W0000065 with the permission of the Controller if HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland;

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Figure 1.4 © Martin Jenkinson

Figure 1.5 (top) Courtesy of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club. Kindly donated by W.E.A., South Yorkshire District;

Figure 1.5 (bottom) National Coal Board advertisement by kind permission of W.E.A., South Yorkshire District;

Figure 1.6 © Martin Jenkinson;

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