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This book provides an informed and realistic appraisal of the potential contribution that a more welcoming approach to the evolutionary perspective would make to criminology; both theoretically (by expanding understanding of the complexity of the origins of behaviour labeled criminal) and practically (where the evolutionary approach can be utilised to inform crime control policy and practice). This fascinating new book opens up new ways of looking at different aspects of crime and crime control, and includes chapters on such topics as white collar crime, violent crime, female crime victimisation, environmental criminology and the behaviour of psychopaths.