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Flacks, S. (2018). Law, necropolitics and the stop and search of young people. Theoretical Criminology, 136248061877403.
Stop and search can harm young people, damage relations between police and the community and alienate ethnic and racial minorities.…Read more
Ellis, D. (2012). Stop and Search: Disproportionality, Discretion and Generalisations. The Police Journal, 83(3), 1-18.
It has long been recognised that discretion is vital to good police work. However, in Britain (and many other countries),…Read more
This book, for the first time, provided a comprehensive criminological study of the police service, described by the police themselves.…Read more
Dobrowolska-Opła, M. (2018) Rola Policji w zapewnianiu bezpieczeństwa meczów piłki nożnej w ujęciu sieciowym, Toruń
The study focuses on Police effectiveness in preventing soccer hooliganism, including amont other factors the use of stop & search…Read more
Delsol, R. & M. Shiner (eds) (2015). Stop and Search: the Anatomy of a Police Power. London: Palgrave Macmillan
This book reviews the key controversies surrounding the police power to stop and search members of the public. It explores…Read more
de Maillard, J., Hunold, D., Roché, S., & Oberwittler, D. (2018). Different styles of policing: discretionary power in street controls by the public police in France and Germany. Policing and society, 28(2), 175-188.
By analysing French and German police stop and search on the streets based on embedded observations in police patrols and…Read more
Bowling, B., & Phillips, C. (2007). Disproportionate and Discriminatory: Reviewing the Evidence on Police Stop and Search. Modern Law Review, 70(6), 936-961.
Eight years after the Lawrence Inquiry, the question of police powers to stop and search people in public places remains…Read more
Ariel, B., & Tankebe, J. (2018). Racial stratification and multiple outcomes in police stops and searches. Policing and Society, 28(5), 507-525.
The present study explores ethnic differences in stop-and-search outcomes. It uses data from 53,858 stop-and-search incidents recorded by a United…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