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Antoniou, A. and Akrivos, D. (2016) Hulk Hogan and the demise of Gawker Media: wrestling with problems of celebrity voyeurism, newsworthiness and tabloidisation. Journal of Media Law, 8 (2). pp. 153-172.

Antonopoulos, G., Papanicolaou, G., Wattis, L. and Tupling, C. (2013) Perspectives on punitivity, victimisation and fear of crime: A student case study in the United Kingdom. In: Kury, K. and Winterdyk, J., eds. Fear of Crime and Punitiveness – Results from International Student Surveys. Crime and crime policy - Kriminalität und Kriminalpolitik, 9. Bochum: Universitaetsverlag Brockmeyer. pp. 39-80 ISBN 9783819609107


Bruce, M., Crowley, Sarah, Jeffcote, N. and Coulston, B. (2013) Community DSPD pilot services in South London: rates of reconviction and impact of supported housing on reducing recidivism. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 24. pp. 129-140. ISSN 0957-9664.

Brunger, M. and Tong, S. (2012) Policing research in an age of austerity. In: British Society of Criminology, 4th-6th July, 2012, University of Portsmouth. (Unpublished)

Bryant, R. (2018) The matrix reloaded? why we should improve the MPS ‘gang violence matrix’, not dismantle it. Police Professional.


Graca, S., Akrivos, D., Aziz, R. and Hadjigeorgiou, D. (2017) Intervention initiative programme - pilot evaluation. Research Report. (Unpublished)


Hadfield, A. (2013) International justice: the corrosive effects of corruption. Synergy Magazine: Magazine of The European Law Students' Association (ELSA).

Hallenberg, K. (2016) Benefits and challenges of academic police education. In: Phillips, S. W., ed. Change and Reform in Law Enforcement: Old and New Efforts from Across the Globe. IPES. pp. 3-26 ISBN 9781498741682

Hallenberg, K. and Cockcroft, T. (2014) Police and higher education. Research Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.

Hallenberg, K. and Haddow, C. (2015) Beyond crime: justice and sustainability in the classroom and community. In: Learning from the sharp end – implications for sustainability in Higher Education. International Symposium, 6th-9th September, 2015, Bristol. (Unpublished)

Hallenberg, K. and Haddow, C. (2016) Beyond criminal justice: connecting justice and sustainability. The Law Teacher, 50 (3). pp. 352-370. ISSN 0306-9400.

Hallenberg, K. and Tennant, M. (2015) Criminology picks up the gauntlet: responses to the Whole Earth exhibition. In: Inspire: HEA Annual Social Sciences Conference, 3rd-4th December, 2015, Manchester. (Unpublished)

Holt, Clare L. (2011) The rehabilitation of offenders diagnosed with severe mental illness. D.Clin.Psychol. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Lindsay, J. and Hatzidimitriadou, E. (2012) Domestic violence in Europe: study on determinants and characteristics of domestic violence in England. In: Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: Action and Impact (SWSD 2012), 8th-12th July, 2012, Stockholm, Sweden.


Massey, K. and Tong, S. (2012) Criminal investigation and higher education: a crossroads to an uncertain future. In: Investigating Homicide: Theory, Research & Practice, January 31st 2012, University of Huddersfield. (Unpublished)

Murphy, R., Tong, S. and Underwood, R. (2011) Criminal investigation and higher education: a crossroads to an uncertain future. In: The Higher Education Forum for Learning and Development in Policing Conference, 6-7th September, 2011, University of Northampton. (Unpublished)


O'Neill, M. (2014) Success within criminal investigations: is communication a key component? In: Bull, R., ed. Investigative interviewing. 1st edition ed. UK: Springer. pp. 123-147 ISBN 9781461496410


Poyser, S. (2011) Re-trial by TV: the and fall of television investigations into miscarriages of justice. In: British Society of Criminology Conference, 3-6 July 2011, Northumbria University.

Poyser, S. (2012) The continuing need for 'watchdogs of the wrongly convicted'. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Wrongly accused: who is responsible for investigating miscarriages of justice? Justice Gap. London: Waterlow. pp. 46-50 ISBN 9781857831924

Poyser, S. (2006) The masters dissertation. In: University of Portsmouth Study School, July 2006, University of Portsmouth.

Poyser, S. (2010) The media and miscarriages of justice: the past and possible future. In: British Society of Criminology Conference, 11th-14th July 2010, University of Leicester.

Poyser, S. and Savage, S. (2004) Miscarriages of justice: critical failure points. In: British Society of Criminology., July 2004, University of Portsmouth.

Poyser, S. and Tong, S. (2011) Skills and abilities in crime investigation: the investigative journalist versus the detective. In: British Society of Criminology Conference, 3-6 July 2011, Northumbria University. (Unpublished)


Qi, M. (2013) Clear up grey areas: cybercrime legislation progress in China. In: The 3rd International Conference on Cybercrime, Security and Digital Forensics (Cyberforensics 2013), 10th-11th June, 2013, Cardiff.


Raby, Carlotta (2016) Identifying risks for male street gang affiliation: a systematic review and design and validation of the gang affiliation risk measure (GARM). D.Clin.Psychol. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Spalding, A. (2019) A socio-legal analysis of Gone Girl. In: Akrivos, D. and Antoniou, A., eds. Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Switzerland: Palgrave. ISBN 9783030049119

Swallow, P. (1996) Of limited operational relevance: a European view of Interpol's crime-fighting role in the twenty-first century. Transnational Organized Crime, 2 (4). pp. 106-130.


Tong, S. (2010) 'Art, craft & science: contemporary detective practice’. In: British Society of Criminology Conference, 11-14th July 2010, University of Leicester.

Tong, S. and O'Mahoney, J. (2011) The more serious the offence, the more powerful the effect? An evaluation of victim-offender mediation in a prison setting. Report for the European Forum for Restorative Justice, The 6th Biennial Forum Proceedings 2010. In: 6th conference of the European Forum for Restorative Justice, Doing Restorative Justice in Europe. Established Practices and Innovative Programmes, 17-19 June 2010, Bilbao.

Tong, S., Waters, B., Bryant, R., Williams, E. and Norman, J. (2017) Mediating serious crime: an analysis of victim and prisoner mediation. (Unpublished)


Williams, E., Norman, J. and Wünsch, D. (2009) Too little too late: assessing vulnerability. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 3 (4). pp. 355-363. ISSN 1752-4512.

Wood, D. (2016) Can the individual survive the greening of criminology? In: Hall, M., Wyatt, T., Potter, G., South, N., Nurse, A. and Maher, J., eds. Greening Criminology in the 21st Century: Contemporary Debates and Future Directions in the Study of Environmental Harm. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 42-58 ISBN 9781472467560

Wood, J., Alleyne, E., Mozova, K. and James, M. (2014) Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: street gang membership, social and psychological factors. Law and Human Behavior, 38 (3). pp. 203-211. ISSN 0147-7307.

Wood, J., Moir, A. and James, M. (2009) Prisoners’ gang-related activity: the importance of bullying and moral disengagement. Psychology, Crime & Law, 15 (6). pp. 569-581. ISSN 1068-316X.

Wood, J., Williams, G. and James, M. (2010) Incapacitation and imprisonment: prisoners' involvement in community-based crime. Psychology, Crime & Law, 16 (7). pp. 601-615. ISSN 1068-316X.


Young, S., Chesney, S., Sperlinger, D., Misch, P. and Collins, P. (2009) A qualitative study exploring the life-course experiences of young offenders with symptoms and signs of ADHD who were detained in a residential care setting. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 19 (1). pp. 54-63. ISSN 1471-2857.

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