CrimeTalk is a unique educational publishing venture concerned with crime, criminal justice, social deviance, morality, immorality and anti-social behavior. Launched in January 2011, CrimeTalk aims to provide a service for university students and scholars in criminology, criminal justice studies, law, history and the social sciences; the wide range of criminal justice professionals, such as police, prison and probation officers, who constantly need a perspective and bigger picture within which to locate their policies and action; those concerned groups and individuals, ranging from politicians, novelists and journalists to activists, who talk a lot about crime and social justice as part of their work; and those who have to pick up the pieces, such as victims, family, charity workers, and clergy, and interested members of the public in search of explanations and solutions.
Full description can be found at http://crimetalk.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64:welcome-to-crimetalk&catid=120&Itemid=215
The CrimeTalk Reader is a free and open source application designed for devices running Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) and above. Lightweight and minimalistic, the CrimeTalk Reader is the perfect application to browse CrimeTalk articles on your Android device.
- Android Lollipop design
- Fast article loading
- Simple interface
- Search function
- Light and dark themes
- Easy to read text
- No ads or unnecessary permissions
The source code of this application can be found on Github.
Please submit any bug information or feature requests on the Github issue tracker.
The CrimeTalk Reader application was developed and published independently from CrimeTalk. The developer of this application has no control over the content published in CrimeTalk, therefore inquiries and concerns over the content of CrimeTalk should be addressed to the webmaster of CrimeTalk.
This application is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. The full licence can be found at the following link.