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Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Book review: The Feminist and the Sex Offender: Confronting Sexual Harm, Ending State Violence. Social & Legal Studies. 096466392097178 - 096466392097178.

Amietta, SA ORCID: (2019) Everyday justice at the courthouse? Governing lay participation in Argentina's criminal trials. In: Everyday Justice Law, Ethnography, Injustice. Cambridge University Press, 161 - 181.

Arnez, J ORCID: (2021) Book review: Generations through Prison: Experiences of Intergenerational Incarceration. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 21 (5). 727 - 729.

Arnez, J ORCID: (2016) Examining Risk as a Political Construct: The Impact of Changing Views of the Prevailing Threats to Public Safety on the Definition of Risk. In: Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe: Safety, Security and Social Control in Local Communities. Ljubljana: Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, 221 - 228.

Arnez, J ORCID: (2019) Institutional Responses to Youth Deviance and Parenting: Exploring Professional Perceptions on the Role of Social Class at the Beginnings of Offending Pathways and Desistance from Crime. In: Desistance Processes Among Young Offenders Following Judicial Interventions. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 125 - 140.

Arnez, J ORCID: (2016) The Potential Use of Legitimate Force for the Preservation of Order: Defining the Inherent Role of Public Police Through Policing Functions That Cannot Be Carried Out by Private Police. Zbornik znanstvenih razprav, 76. 23 - 40.


Corcoran, M ORCID: (2019) Market society utopianism in penal politics. In: Privatisation and Marketisation in Criminal Justice. Policy Press, Bristol. (In Press)

Corcoran, M ORCID:, Maguire, M and Williams, K (2019) Constructive ambiguity, market imaginaries and the penal voluntary sector in England and Wales. In: Privatisation and Marketisation in Criminal Justice. Policy Press, Bristol. (In Press)

Corcoran, M ORCID:, Maguire, M and Williams, K (2019) 'Penal drift' and the voluntary sector. Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 58 (3). pp. 430-449.

Corcoran, MS ORCID: (2021) Mary Corcoran (2021) ‘The Woolf Report 30 Years on: the third sector legacy’. In: After Strangeways webinar series, 22-26 Feb 2021, London (Virtual).

Corcoran, MS ORCID: (2020) The access to justice crisis in England and Wales: the state of the legal and advisory third sector. Unknown (Not provided). (In Press)

Corcoran, MS ORCID: and Grotz, J (2015) Deconstructing the panacea: the benefits fallacy in volunteer recruitment in criminal justice. In: Voluntary sector and criminal justice. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 93 -116.

Corcoran, MS ORCID:, Williams, K, Prince, K and Maguire, M (2018) The penal voluntary sector in England & Wales: adaptation to unsettlement and austerity. Political Quarterly, 89 (2). pp. 187-196.

Corcoran, MS ORCID:, Worrall, A and Buck, G (2015) Gendered dynamics of mentoring. In: Women and Criminal Justice: From the Corston Report to Transforming Rehabilitation. Policy Press, Bristol, 153 - 172.


Day, A-M (2021) Children in prison during COVID-19: the new “double jeopardy”. Safer Communities.

Day, A-M ORCID: (2021) The Experiences of Children in Custody: A Story of Survival. Safer Communities.

Doherty, BJA ORCID: and Hayes, G (2015) The Courts: Criminal Trials as Strategic Arenas. In: Breaking Down the State: Protesters Engaged. Amsterdam University Press, 27 - 51.


Emmerich, F ORCID: and Adams, F ORCID: (2020) Putting more people in cages! That’s how we build our way out of the pandemic. Medium.


Henderson, HM, Andrews, SJ and Lamb, ME (2019) Examining children in English High Courts with and without implementation of reforms authorized in Section 28 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 33 (2). pp. 252-264.

Hucklesby, A and Corcoran, MS ORCID: (2015) Introduction. In: Voluntary sector and criminal justice. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 1-12.


Kailemia, M (2019) The globalization of neoliberal violence and its implications for International Criminal justice in Africa. African Journal of Democracy and Governance, 5 (4). pp. 189-214.


Lippens, RLG (2017) What Pollock and Rothko may have announced and Restorative Justice may have to deal with: sovereign victim culture. Restorative Justice, 5 (3). pp. 455-467.


Radburn, M and Stott, CJT (2019) The Social Psychological Processes of ‘Procedural Justice’: Concepts, Critiques and Opportunities. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 19 (4). pp. 421-438.


Sunil Raj, S ORCID: and Dunne, P (2021) Coming Inside and/or Playing Outside: The (Legal) Futures of LGBTIQ Rights in the United Kingdom. In: The Queer Outside in Law: Recognising LGBTIQ People in the United Kingdom. Palgrave, pp. 233-271.


Wasik, M and Ashworth, A (2017) Sentencing the multiple offender: In search of a ‘just and proportionate’ total sentence. In: Sentencing for Multiple Crimes. Oxford Scholarship Online.

Weston, SK ORCID: and Mythen, G (2021) Disentangling Practitioners’ Understandings of Child Sexual Exploitation: The Risks of Assuming Otherwise? Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Weston, SK and Trebilcock, J (2019) ‘This isn’t just a case of taking someone to the hospital’: Police approaches and management of situations involving persons with mental ill health in the custody suite and beyond. In: Policing and Mental Health: Theory, Policy and Practice. Routledge. (In Press)

Worrall, A and Corcoran, MS ORCID: (2014) Integrated Offender Management Research Project: Commissioned by Staffordshire Police and Partners. Project Report. Keele University, Keele.

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