Keywords policing

Tiratelli, M., Quinton, P., & Bradford, B. (2018). Does Stop and Search Deter Crime? Evidence From Ten Years of London-wide Data. The British Journal of Criminology, 58(5), 1212-1231.

deterrence, policing, stop and search

In this article, we used ten years of police, crime and other data from London to investigate the potential effect…

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Rengifo, A. F., & Fowler, K. (2016). Stop, question, and complain: citizen grievances against the NYPD and the opacity of police stops across New York City precincts, 2007–2013. Journal of Urban Health, 93(1), 32-41.

civilian complaints, misconduct, policing, question and frisk, stop

Data on police stops can be examined to reflect on the relative “opacity” of these encounters and how aggregate patterns…

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Rojek, J., Rosenfeld, R., & Decker, S. (2004). The influence of driver’s race on traffic stops in Missouri. Police Quarterly, 7(1), 126-147.

policing, population weighting, racial profiling, traffic stops

A small but growing body of research has produced several consistent findings regarding race and ethnic differences in traffic stops,…

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Rowe, M., Turner, E. and Pearson, G. (2016), ‘Learning and Practicing Police Craft’, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5(3), pp 276-286.

craft, Ethnography, policing, professional education, professionalization

The authors consider current policy debates in the UK about the professionalisation of the police to respond to changing patterns…

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Parmar, A. (2011). Stop and search in London: Counter-terrorist or counter-productive? Policing and Society, 21(4), 369-382.

Asian Muslims, counter-terrorist, criminalising, policing, stop and search

The principle of ‘reasonable suspicion’ aims to prevent the abuse of the police power to stop, search and arrest and…

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Lennon, G. (2015). Precautionary tales: Suspicionless counter-terrorism stop and search. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 15(1), 44-62.

Human rights, policing, precautionary, terrorism, uncertainty

In recent years, there has been an increased focus on the use of the precautionary principle within counter-terrorism. To date…

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Flacks, S. (2017). The stop and search of minors: A ‘vital police tool’? Criminology & Criminal Justice, 1748895817720485. doi:10.1177/1748895817720485

policing, public space, race, stop and search, youth

Police stop and search powers have been widely criticized for the disproportionate manner in which members of black and ethnic…

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Flacks, S. (2018). The stop and search of minors: A ‘vital police tool’? Criminology & Criminal Justice, 18(3), 364-384.

policing, public space, race, stop and search, youth

Police stop and search powers have been widely criticized for the disproportionate manner in which members of black and ethnic…

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Deuchar, R., T. F. Søgaard, C. Holligan, K. Miller, A. Bone and L. Borchardt (2018). “Social capital in Scottish and Danish neighbourhoods: paradoxes of a police–community nexus at the front line.” Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 19(2): 187-203.

 communities,  Denmark,  Scotland,  social capital, Assets, policing

Community-oriented social capital strategies and punitive-oriented policing approaches conflict. Establishing local networking initiatives with community-oriented policing at the centre lends…

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