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Immigration Control, Mystification and the Carceral Continuum (2023)
Book Chapter
Burnett, J. (2024). Immigration Control, Mystification and the Carceral Continuum. In D. G. Scott, & J. Sim (Eds.), Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-46213-9_11

This chapter examines immigration control in the UK as a core site where carceral logics are actualised, drawing on the analytical framework developed in Steven Box’s Power, Crime and Mystification. Box’s seminal text in 1983 provided a compelling ac... Read More about Immigration Control, Mystification and the Carceral Continuum.

Joseph Fouche, 'Continental Policing' and its Impact on British Policing (2023)
Journal Article
Joyce, P., & Laverick, W. (in press). Joseph Fouche, 'Continental Policing' and its Impact on British Policing. Journal of the Police History Society, 37, 109-114

This article examines the nature of policing associated with the French statesman and police reformer, Joseph Fouché, and seeks to explain how this influenced the style and character of professional policing as this developed across England and Wales... Read More about Joseph Fouche, 'Continental Policing' and its Impact on British Policing.

Marxism and the Political Economy of Abolition (2023)
Book Chapter
Burnett, J. (in press). Marxism and the Political Economy of Abolition. In D. G. Scott (Ed.), Abolitionist Voices. Bristol University Press

This chapter examines the ways Marxist and neo-Marxist thought has contributed to abolitionist praxis. In doing so, it first explores Marx’s early writings in the 1840s, demonstrating how these were foundational to his later critique of political eco... Read More about Marxism and the Political Economy of Abolition.

Uncomfortably Numb: an exploration of affective carceral strains through the lens of the depersonalising young male prisoner (2023)
Thesis
Powrie, M. A. (2023). Uncomfortably Numb: an exploration of affective carceral strains through the lens of the depersonalising young male prisoner. (Thesis). University of Hull. https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4458928

The aim of this study was to examine depersonalisation as a dissociative coping response among male prisoners(aged 18-24).Its central focus explored how young adult males might employ depersonalisation, as a coping mechanism, when they feel unable to... Read More about Uncomfortably Numb: an exploration of affective carceral strains through the lens of the depersonalising young male prisoner.

The print press and its politicization of public health: The case of COVID-19 (2023)
Journal Article
Wondemaghen, M. (2023). The print press and its politicization of public health: The case of COVID-19. Journalism, 24(12), 2821-2840. https://doi.org/10.1177/14648849231200137

This article is interested in the ways in which a serious public health issue, the COVID-19 pandemic, was used to categorize and reconfigure sections of the British citizenry into conformists and deviants. In constructing these categories, the print... Read More about The print press and its politicization of public health: The case of COVID-19.

Words Behind Walls: Prison Staff Writing (2023)
Book
Metcalf, J., Nichols, H., Westoby, C., & Clement, J. (Eds.). (2023). Words Behind Walls: Prison Staff Writing. Newcastle, UK: Butcher's Dog Publishing

Deconstructing ‘Agromafie’: A Case Law Analysis of the Interplay of Organised and Corporate Crime in Food Frauds in Italy. (2023)
Journal Article
Rizzuti, A. (2023). Deconstructing ‘Agromafie’: A Case Law Analysis of the Interplay of Organised and Corporate Crime in Food Frauds in Italy. Studi sulla questione criminale, 103-120. https://doi.org/10.7383/109487

Food frauds regularly gain media and institutional attention worldwide due to associated health risks and the impact they have on trust in the food industry. In Italy, media, NGOs, and farmers’ associations tend to consider food fraud and, more broad... Read More about Deconstructing ‘Agromafie’: A Case Law Analysis of the Interplay of Organised and Corporate Crime in Food Frauds in Italy..

History of Policing, Crime, Disorder, Punishment (2023)
Book
Joyce, P., & Laverick, W. (2023). History of Policing, Crime, Disorder, Punishment. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-36892-9

This book provides a broad and unique coverage of the key historical events that shaped ideas in criminology, criminal justice and policing from the late seventeenth century to the early twenty-first century in England and Wales. It vividly illustrat... Read More about History of Policing, Crime, Disorder, Punishment.

Living in Misery: Child to Parent and Grandparent Violence and Abuse (2023)
Journal Article
Mills, T., Green, S., & O'Leary, N. (2023). Living in Misery: Child to Parent and Grandparent Violence and Abuse. Temida, 26(2), 163-188. https://doi.org/10.2298/TEM2302163M

This article investigates the hidden and under-researched phenomenon of child/adolescent-to-parent violence and abuse (CAPVA). Despite the attention given to spousal and child abuse, very little is known about why children abuse their parents or wha... Read More about Living in Misery: Child to Parent and Grandparent Violence and Abuse.

Advancements and challenges in gender equity in British policing (2023)
Journal Article
Laverick, W., Joyce, P., & Cunningham, E. (2023). Advancements and challenges in gender equity in British policing. Policing Insight,

A series of recent reviews and reports have highlighted issues around misogyny and gender inequality in UK policing; in this article, Laverick, Joyce and Cunningham explore the context of some of those issues, and consider the advances as well as the... Read More about Advancements and challenges in gender equity in British policing.

The Execution Dock: Wapping, East London, UK (2023)
Book Chapter
Laverick, W., & Joyce, P. (2023). The Execution Dock: Wapping, East London, UK. In A. Lynes, C. Kelly, & J. Treadwell (Eds.), 50 Dark Destinations: Crime and Contemporary Tourism (65-70). Policy Press

This book chapter focuses on the crime of piracy and how the state responded to this problem in the eighteenth and early years of the nineteenth century.

Prevalence and patterns of domestic abuse victimisation in an English police workforce (2023)
Journal Article
Brennan, I., Couto, L., & O’Leary, N. (2023). Prevalence and patterns of domestic abuse victimisation in an English police workforce. Policing and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2023.2184817

Perhaps more than any other occupation, police witness the context and aftermath of domestic abuse but little is known about the police-victim overlap with regard to domestic abuse. This paper, based on survey responses from approximately one-quarter... Read More about Prevalence and patterns of domestic abuse victimisation in an English police workforce.

Police practitioner views on the challenges of analysing and responding to knife crime (2023)
Journal Article
Bullock, K., Agar, I., Ashby, M., Brennan, I., Hales, G., Sidebottom, A., & Tilley, N. (2023). Police practitioner views on the challenges of analysing and responding to knife crime. Crime Science, 12(1), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40163-022-00180-1

Knife crime remains a major concern in England and Wales. Problem-oriented and public health approaches to tackling knife crime have been widely advocated, but little is known about how these approaches are understood and implemented by police practi... Read More about Police practitioner views on the challenges of analysing and responding to knife crime.