Sollund, R. (2006). Racialisation in police stop and search practice – the Norwegian case. Critical Criminology, 14(3), 265-292.
This paper explores the reasons for the conflictual relationship between the police and ethnic minority men in stop and search…Read more
Sollund, R. (2007). Tatt for en annen: En feltstudie av relasjonen mellom etniske minoriteter og politiet. [Mistaken for someone else: A field study of relations between ethnic minorities and the police]. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.
Ragnhild Sollund (criminology) published on the topic of relations between ethnic minorities and the police through a book entitled “Mistaken…Read more
Olsen, Hilgunn (2017) Open drug scenes and police strategies in Oslo, Norway, Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 18:2, 141-156, DOI: 10.1080/14043858.2017.1388028
As part of her ongoing PhD-project, Hilgunn Olsen has looked into differences in police strategies related to open drug scenes…Read more
Nafstad, Ida (2011) Changing Control of the Open Drug Scenes in Oslo— Crime, Welfare, Immigration Control, or a Combination?, Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 12:2, 128-152, DOI: 10.1080/14043858.2011.622074
Article is part of a PhD in criminology, defended 2013. She explores how drug users’ uses and experiences of the…Read more
Leon Hernandez, I. A. (2019). Embodying experiences of (in)security : exploring ethnic minority youth’s encounters with the police and policing practices in Oslo. Master thesis. Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås
The police are a state institution with the power to coerce and maintain “order” within a society so that individuals…Read more
Chapter 4: Discussing "Guilty until proven innocent? On stop and search on potential suspects". This is a particularly useful reference…Read more
Frantzen, E. (2001). Metadonmakt : møte mellom narkotikabrukere og norsk metadonpolitikk [Methadon power: Linking methadon users and the Norwegian Methadon politics]. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget
The author conducted a three-year fieldwork with methadone users and their meetings with both health services and the police. In…Read more
This book, for the first time, provided a comprehensive criminological study of the police service, described by the police themselves.…Read more
Aasgaard, I. & M. Langford (2019) “Policing”, book chapter in Langford, Skivenes & Søvig (eds), Children Rights in Norway: an Implementation paradox. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
This chapter specifically addressed racial profiling in Norway. Aasgaard and Langford debates the international critique of Norway (e.g. EU, UN)…Read more