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Défenseur des droits (2017). Enquête sur l’accès aux droits, vol. 1 – Relations police-population : le cas des contrôles d’identité.
While for the majority of respondents, police/population relations are satisfactory, specific groups of people report more contrasting experiences. Young people aged…Read more
Tyler, T. R., Fagan, J., & Geller, A. (2014). Street stops and police legitimacy: Teachable moments in young urban men’s legal socialization. Journal of empirical legal studies, 11(4), 751-785.
An examination of the influence of street stops on the legal socialization of young men showed an association between the…Read more
Tyler, T. R., Jackson, J., & Mentovich, A. (2015). The consequences of being an object of suspicion: Potential pitfalls of proactive police contact. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 12(4), 602-636.
During the latter half of the 20 century American policing became more professional (Skogan & Frydl, 2004) and the rate…Read more
Waddington, P., Stenson, K., & Don, D. (2004). In proportion – Race, and police stop and search. British Journal Of Criminology, 44(6), 889-914.
This article examines the view, expressed authoritatively in the Macpherson report (1999), that racial disproportionality in police stop and search…Read more
Weber, L., & Bowling, B. (2011). Stop and search in global context. Policing and Society, 21(4), 353-356.
Introduction to book of same nameRead more
Searching for Change: Scottish Stop and Search Powers. (2016). Edinburgh Law Review, 20(2), 178-203.
Dr Lennon examines the existing Scottish law relating to police stop and search powers, and offers a critique of their…Read more
Segal, J. (2012). “All of the Mysticism of Police Expertise”: Legalizing Stop-and-Frisk in New York, 1961-1968. Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, 47(2), 573-616.
Legal analysis:" This Note narrates the familiar transition from Mapp to Terry from a novel perspective. Drawing on prescriptive literature…Read more
Sweeten, G. (2016). What Works, What Doesn’t, What’s Constitutional?: The Problem With Assessing an Unconstitutional Police Practice Sweeten Stop, Question, and Frisk Practices. Criminology and Public Policy, 15(1), 67-73.
Critical analysis of evidence based crime policy & stop question and frisk,Read more
Rowe, M., Pearson, G., & Turner, E. (2017). Body-worn cameras and the law of unintended consequences: Some questions arising from emergent practices. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 12(1), 83-90.
Research on body-worn cameras (BWC) has tended, through evaluations or randomized controlled trials, to look to demonstrate some assumed benefit…Read more