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Hendy, R. (2022), “Suspicious minds and suspicioning: constructing suspicion during policework”, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 132-146. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOE-12-2020-0056
New Zealand, police practice, policing, South Australia, stop and search, suspicion
Purpose This article explores officer use of suspicion before informal police-citizen encounters as a method to further understand police officer…Read more
Saudelli, I., De Kimpe, S. and Christiaens, J. (2022), “Police stops, suspicion and the influence of police department cultures: a look into the Belgian context”, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 98-115. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOE-02-2021-0008
Ethnography, police department culture, police stops, suspicion
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how suspicion that leads to a police stop is developed by…Read more
Ellis, D. (2012). Stop and Search: Disproportionality, Discretion and Generalisations. The Police Journal, 83(3), 1-18.
discretion, intuition, reasonable suspicion, stop and search, suspicion
It has long been recognised that discretion is vital to good police work. However, in Britain (and many other countries),…Read more
Constantinou, A. G. (2016). “Demystifying” the police: a participant observation study of police stops (and searches). International journal of comparative and applied criminal justice, 40(1), 79-99.
Cyprus, police discretion, Police Powers, suspicion, traffic stops
Police are empowered by law to stop and search vehicles and their occupants, once reasonable grounds for suspicion come into…Read more