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de Maillard, J. (2019). Les contrôles d’identité, entre politiques policières, pratiques professionnelles et effets sociaux. Un état critique des connaissances. Champ pénal/Penal Field, Vol. 16.
The purpose of this article is to propose a critical state of knowledge on control practices and policies and their…Read more
Nicolas Jounin et al. (2015). Le faciès du contrôle. Contrôles d’identité, apparence et modes de vie des étudiant(e)s en Île-de-France. Déviance et Société (Vol. 39), p. 3-29
Based on a quantitative survey among students, this article looks at the way police offi- cers carry out stops and…Read more
Shiner, M., Z. Carre, R. Delsol, & N. Eastwood (2018). The Colour of Injustice: ‘Race’, drugs and law enforcement in England and Wales. London: StopWatch, LSE, Release.
A report that captures the police reform and frequency of stop and search conducted in England and Wales, focusing on…Read more
Miller, J., et al. (2008). Racism and police stops: Adapting US and British debates to continental Europe. European journal of criminology, 5(2), 161-191.
Findings from an international research programme on police stops in Bulgaria, Hungary and Spain are reviewed in the context of…Read more
Murray, K. (2018). The Modern Making of Stop and Search. The British Journal of Criminology, 58(3), 588-605.
This article investigates the development of modern stop and search powers in post-war Britain—namely, the legal rules that allow police…Read more
McAra, L., & McVie, S. (2005). The usual suspects?:Street-life, young people and the police. Criminal Justice, 5(1), 5-36. doi:10.1177/1466802505050977
This article explores children's experience of policing. Drawing on findings from the Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions and Crime, it…Read more
Jacobs, P. (2011). The use of section 60 powers in Brent: Considers the targeting of stop and search in the London borough. Criminal Justice Matters, 86(1), 22-23.
Considers the targetting of stop and search in a London Borough. Discussion piece.Read more
Ip, J. (2013). The Reform of Counterterrorism Stop and Search after Gillan v United Kingdom. Human Rights Law Review, 13(4), 729-760.
This article considers the reform of the power to stop and search originally conferred by Sections 44 to 47 of…Read more
Ip, J. (2017). The Legality of ‘suspicionless’ Stop and Search Powers under the European Convention on Human Rights. Human Rights Law Review, 17(3), 523-544.
Legal analysis of UK terrorism Acts that permit suspicionless stop and search.Read more