journals and publications

Members' publications

Publications

Allsop, C. (2018). Cold Case reviews: DNA, Detective Work and Unsolved Major Crimes. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Brookman, F., Maguire, E. and Maguire, M.  (Eds.) (2017). Handbook on Homicide.  Chichester:Wiley-Blackwell.


Brookman, F., Maguire, M., Pierpoint, H. and Bennett, T. (Eds.) (2010). Handbook on Crime. Devon: Willan.


Wardak, A. (2006). Race and Probation. London: Willan.


Brookman, F.  (2005). Understanding Homicide.  London: Sage.


Sheptycki, J. and Wardak, A. (2005). Transnational and Comparative Criminology. London: Cavendish.


Wardak, A. (2000). Social Control and Deviance: A South Asian Community in Scotland. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.


Clancy, A., Brookman, F. and Maguire, E.  (2019). Gang-Related Homicide and Police Corruption in Trinidad and Tobago: A Rapid Evidence Assessment.  Report prepared for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS).


Wardak, A. (2018). Institutionalising Inclusive and Sustainable Justice in Afghanistan: Hybrid Possibilities, in Incremental Peace in Afghanistan, Accord 27, London: Conciliation Resources. Available here


Robinson, A. L. and Clancy, A. (2016). All-Wales Implementation Testing of the Priority Perpetrator Identification Tool (PPIT) for Domestic Abuse. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Report prepared for Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Cymru.


Robinson, A. L. and Clancy, A. (2015). Development of the Priority Perpetrator Identification Tool for Domestic Abuse. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Report prepared for Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Cymru.


Clancy, A., Robinson, A.L. and Hanks, S. (2014). Defining and Profiling Serial Domestic Abuse Perpetrators: An All-Wales Feasibility Review. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Report prepared for Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Cymru.

 

Robinson, A. L., Clancy, A. and Hanks, S. (2014). Prevalence and Characteristics of Serial Domestic Abuse Perpetrators: Multi-Agency Evidence from Wales. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Report prepared for Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Cymru.


Evans, J., Volpi, S. and Williamson, H. (2009). Final Evaluation Report of the All Different All Equal Campaign. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.


Wardak, A., Saba, D. and Kazem, H. (2007). Bridging Modernity and Tradition: Rule of Law and the Search for Justice, Afghanistan National Human Development Report. Kabul: UNDP. Available here.


Wood J., Kemshall, H., Maguire, M., Hudson, S. and McKenzie, G. (2007). The Operation and Experiences of Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA). Online Report 12/07. London: Home Office.


Evans, J. (2005). Youth Policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Advisory Mission for the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.


Wardak, A.,  Calverly, C. et al. (2004). Black and Asian Offenders on Probation. Home Office Study No 277, London: Home Office.


Wardak, A. , Johnson, C. et al. (2003). Afghanistan’s Political and Constitutional Development, Humanitarian Policy Group, Report (January), London: ODI/DFID. Available here.


Maguire, M. and Nettleton, H. (2003). Reducing Alcohol-related violence and disorder: An Evaluation of the TASC Project.  Home Office Research Study No.265.  London: Home Office.


Brookman, F. and Maguire, M. (2003). Reducing Homicide: A Review of the Possibilities. London: Home Office. 


Maguire M. and Aitchison A.  (2003). Operation Lynx Robbery Reduction Initiative: An Evaluation. London: Home Office.


Maguire, M., Kemshall, H., Noaks, L., Sharpe, K. and Wincup, E. (2001). Risk Management of Sexual and Violent Offenders: The Work of Public Protection Panels. Police Research Series Paper 139.  London: Home Office. 


Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Nettleton, H. (2001).  Early Lessons from the Crime Reduction Programme: Tackling Alcohol Related Street Crime in Cardiff (TASC Project). Home Office Briefing Note 9/0.


Evans, J. and Wood, F. (1999). Living in Ely: the experience of service provision and harassment amongst the black and ethnic minority population. Cardiff: Barnardos.

Dabney, D. and Brookman, F.  (2018). 'Fieldwork with Homicide Detectives: 60 minutes of reflections from a British and American Criminologist', in S. K. Rice and M. D. Maltz (Eds.), Doing Ethnography in Criminology: Discovery through Fieldwork. New York: Springer International Publishing, pp 91-113.


Evans, J. (2018). '“Objects of concern” or “risky young offenders”? Assessment and intervention with children in the public care and youth justice systems of England and Wales’, in J.T. Ulmer and M.S. Bradley (Eds.), Handbook on Punishment Decisions: Locations of Disparity, New York: Routledge, pp.385-415.


Allsop, C. (2017). 'Cold Case Homicide Investigations', in F. Brookman, E. Maguire and M. Maguire (Eds.), Handbook of Homicide. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.

 

Brookman, F., Jones, H. and Pike, S.  (2017). ‘Homicide in Britain’, in F. Brookman, E. Maguire and M. Maguire (Eds.), Handbook of Homicide.  Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.


Maguire, M., Brookman, F. and Robinson, A. (2017). ‘Preventing Violent Crime’, in N. Tilley and A. Sidebottom (Eds.), Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety.  London: Routledge.


Copes, H., and Brookman, F. (2017). 'Photovoice', in J.C. Barnes and D. Forde (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Research Methods and Statistical Techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice. London: Wiley. 


Brookman, F. and Wright, M.  (2017) ' ‘Deciding’ to Kill:  Cognition, Affect and Homicide', in W. Bernasco., H. Elffers and J-L van Gelder (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making.  Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

 

Payton, J.,  Robinson, A. and Brookman, F. (2017). ‘Domestic Homicide Reviews in the UK’, in M. Dawson (Ed.), Domestic Homicide and Death Reviews: An International Perspective. London:Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Maguire, M., Brookman, F. and Robinson, A.  (2017). ‘Violent Crime’, in N. Tilley and A. Sidebottom (Eds.), Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety (2nd Edition). London: Routledge.

 

Brookman, F.  (2015). ‘Researching Homicide Offenders, Offenses and Detectives Using Qualitative Methods’, in H. Copes and M. Miller (Eds.), The Handbook of Qualitative Criminology.  New York: Routledge.

 

Brookman, F.  (2015). ‘The Shifting Narratives of Violent Offenders’, in L. Presser and S. Sandberg (Eds.), Narrative Criminology.  New York: New York University Press. 

 

Brookman, F.  (2014). ‘Dying for Control: Men, Murder and Sub-Lethal Violence’, in W. S. DeKeseredy and M. Dragiewicz (Eds.), Critical Criminology, Critical Concepts in Criminology.  Volume III, Critical Issues in Criminological Research.  New York: Routledge, pp. 284-304.

 

Brookman, F.  (2014). ‘Accounting for Homicide and Sub-Lethal Violence’, in P. Cromwell and M. L. Birzer (Eds.), In Their Own Words: Criminals on Crime An Anthology (6th Edition). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Wardak, A. (2014). ‘The Tribal and Ethnic Composition of Afghan Society’, in E. Girardet, J. Walter and W. Dowell (Eds.), The Essential Field Guides to Afghanistan (4th Edition), , UK: Crosslines Ltd.


Brookman, F. and Robinson, A.  (2012). ‘Violent Crime’, in M. Maguire, R. M. Morgan and R. Reiner (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (5th Edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Brookman, F.  (2010). ‘Homicide’, in F. Brookman, M. Maguire, H. Pierpoint and T. Bennett (Eds.), The Handbook on Crime. Devon: Willan.

 

Bennett, T. and Brookman, F. (2010). 'Street Robbery', in F. Brookman, M. Maguire, H. Pierpoint and T. Bennett (Eds.), The Handbook on Crime. Devon: Willan.

 

Brookman, F.  (2010). ‘Violent Conversations: Capturing Offenders’ ‘Truth’, in W. Bernasco (Ed.), Offenders of Offending.  Devon: Willan.


Evans, J. (2010). ‘Institutional abuse and children’s homes’, in F. Brookman, M. Maguire, H. Pierpoint and T. Bennett (Eds.), Handbook on Crime, Cullompton: Willan, 458-479.


Levi, M., Maguire, M. and Brookman, F. (2007). ‘ Violent Crime’, in M. Maguire, R. Reiner and R. Morgan (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (4th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Wardak, A. and Cole (2006) ‘Black and Asian Men on Probation: Social Exclusion, Discrimination and Experiences of Criminal Justice’, in A. Wardak et al., Race and Probation, London: Willan. 


Wardak, A. (2006). ‘Structures of Authority and Local Dispute Settlement in Afghanistan’, in H.-J. Albrecht et al. (Eds.), Conflicts and Conflict Resolution in Middle Eastern Societies: Between Tradition and Modernity, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.


Maguire, M. and Brookman, F. (2005). ‘Violent and sexual crime’, in N. Tilley (Ed.), A Handbook of Crime Prevention. Devon: Willan. 


Wardak, A. (2005). 'Crime and Social Control in Saudi Arabia', in J. Sheptycki and A. Wardak (Eds.), Transnational and Comparative Criminology. London: Cavendish.


Maguire, M. and Kemshall, H. (2004). ‘Multi-agency public protection arrangements: Key issues’, in H. Kemshall and G. McIvor (Eds.), Managing Sex Offender Risk.  London: Jessica Kingsley. 


Evans, J. (2003). ‘Young People and Violence: Youth Justice in England and Wales’, in A. Lentin, (Ed.) Researching Violence – The Youth Dimension, Strasbourg: Council of Europe, pp. 65-98.


Evans, J. (2003). ‘How Do We Perceive Young People?’, in I. Ramberg, (Ed.) Learning from Violence, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing, pp. 19-34.


Maguire, M. and Hopkins, M. (2003). ‘Data analysis for problem-solving: alcohol and city centre violence’, in K. Bullock and N. Tilley (Eds.), Crime Reduction and Problem-Oriented Policing.  Devon: Willan, pp.126-153.   

 

Levi, M. and Maguire, M. (2002). ‘Violent Crime’, in M. Maguire, R. Morgan and R. Reiner (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology(3rd Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Wardak, A. (2002). ‘Jirga: Power and Traditional Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan’, in J. Strawson (Ed.), Law After Ground Zero. London: Cavendish.


Kemshall, H. and Maguire, M. (2001). 'Public Protection, Partnership and Risk Penality', in N. Gray, J. Laing and L. Noaks (Eds.), Criminal Justice, Mental Health and the Politics of Risk. London: Cavendish.


Brookman, F., Pike, S. and Maguire, E. (2019). 'Dancing Around Miranda: The Effects of Legal Reform on Homicide Detectives in the US and the UK'.  Criminal Law Bulletin,  vol. 55(5), 1-47.

 

Brookman, F., Maguire, E. and Maguire, M.  (2019). 'What Factors Influence Whether Homicide Cases are Solved? Insights from Qualitative Research with Detectives in Great Britain and the USA', Homicide Studies, vol. 23(2), 145-174. Published ‘online first’ on 16th August 2018.  

 

Qafisheh, M. and Wardak, A. (2019) 'Restorative Justice Capacities in Middle Eastern Culture and Society: Towards a Hybrid Model of Juvenile Justice in Palestine', The International Journal of Restorative Justice vol. 2(1), 93-116. Available here. 


Brookman, F. and Bennett, T.  (2017). ‘Fighting like M-Cats and dogs: Users’ accounts of the links between mephedrone use and violence', The European Journal of Criminology, vol. 15(2), 151–171 (First Published January 3, 2017 online. Available here.  

 

Pike, S. (2016). 'An Exploration of the Changes to the Police Investigation of Homicide in England and Wales from the 1980s to the Present', SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: Sage Publications.


Brookman, F. and  Lloyd-Evans, M. (2015). ‘A Decade of Homicide Debriefs: What has been learnt?', The Journal of Homicide and Major Incident Investigation, vol. 10(1), 14-46. 

 

Brookman, F.  (2015). ‘”Killer” Decisions: The Role of Cognition and Affect and ‘Expertise’ in Homicide’, Aggression and Violent Behavior , vol. 20, 42-52 (Special Issue on Offender Expertise, guest Editors Claire Nee and Tony Ward).


Braithwaite, J. and Wardak, A. (2013). ‘Crime and War in Afghanistan Part I: The Hobbesian Solution’, British Journal of Criminology, vol. 53(2), 179-196. Available here.


Wardak, A. and Braithwaite, J. (2013). ‘Crime and War in Afghanistan Part II: A Jeffersonian Alternative?’, British Journal of Criminology, Vol. 53(2), 197-214. Available here


Allsop, C. (2013). ‘'Motivations, money and modern policing: accounting for cold case reviews in an age of austerity', Policing and Society, 1-14. Available here.


Copes, H., Brookman, F. and Brown, A. (2013). ‘Accounting for Violations of the Convict Code’, Deviant Behavior, vol. 34, 841–858.

 

Brookman, F. and Innes, M. (2013). ‘The Problem of Success: What is a ‘Good’ Homicide Investigation?', Journal of Policing and Society,  vol. 23(3), 292-310.  (Special Issue: Homicide Investigation: International Research and Insights). 


Wardak, A. and Hamidzada, H. (2012). ‘The Search for Legitimate Rule, Justice and A Durable Peace: Hybrid Models of Governance in Afghanistan’, Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, vol. 7(2), 211 – 220. Available here.  

 

Bennett, T. and Brookman, F. (2011). ‘The Effect of the ‘Code of the Street’ on Street Violence: Challenges for Crime Prevention', International Review of Law Computers and Technology, vol. 25(1-2), 83-94.

 

Brookman, F., Copes, H. and Hochstetler, A. (2011). ‘Street Codes as Formula Stories: How Inmates Recount Violence’, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, vol. 40(4), 397-424.  

 

Brookman, F., Bennett, T., Hochstetler, A. and Copes, H. (2011). ‘The “Code of the Street” and the Generation of Street Violence in the UK’, European Journal of Criminology, vol. 8(1), 17-31. 

 

Wardak, A. (2011). 'State and Non-State Justice Systems in Afghanistan: The Need for Synergy', University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Vol 32(5), 1305 - 1324. Available here.  


Bennett, T. and Brookman, F.  (2009). 'The Role of Violence in Street Crime A Qualitative Study of Violent Offenders', International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, vol. 53(6), 617-636. 


Wardak, A. (2009). ‘Rebuilding the Justice System in Afghanistan: Problems and Prospects’, Euro-Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 16, 21 - 30.

 

Robinson, A., Hudson, K., and Brookman, F. (2008). 'Multi-Agency Work On Sexual Violence: Challenges and Prospects Identified from the Implementation of a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)', Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, vol. 47(4), 411-428.

 

Bennett, T.  and Brookman, F. (2008). ‘Violent Street Crime: Making Sense of Seemingly Senseless Acts’, International Review of Law Computers and Technology , vol. 22(1&2), 171 – 180.

 

Brookman, F., Bennett, T., Mullins, C. and Wright, R. (2007). ‘Gender, Motivation and the Accomplishment of Street Robbery in the United Kingdom’, British Journal of Criminology , vol. 6, 861-884. 


Wardak, A., Calverley, C. et al. (2006). ‘Black and Asian Probationers: Implications of the Home Office Study’, Probation Journal, vol. 53(1), 24-37.

 

Wright, R., Brookman, F. and Bennett, T. (2006). ‘The Foreground Dynamics of Street Robbery in Britain’, British Journal of Criminology, vol. 46, 1-15.  

 

Brookman, F. and Nolan, J. (2006). 'The Dark Figure of Infanticide in England and Wales: Complexities of Diagnosis’, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 21(7), 869-889.

 

Brookman, F. and Maguire, M. (2005). ‘Reducing Homicide: A Review of the Possibilities’, Crime, Law and Social Change, vol.42, 325-403.

 

Evans, J. and Wood, F. (2004). ‘Ely: A “Dangerous Place” Revisited’, Journal of Contemporary Wales, vol. 16, 24-38.


Wardak, A. (2004). ‘Building a Post-War Justice System in Afghanistan’, Journal of Crime, Law and Social Change, vol. 41, 319-341.


Brookman, F.  (2003). ‘Confrontational and Grudge Revenge Homicides in England and Wales’, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, vol. 36(1), 34-59.


Kemshall H. and Maguire, M. (2002). ‘Community justice, risk management and the role of multi-agency public protection panels’, British Journal of Community Justice, vol. 1, 11-27.


Wardak, A. (2002). ‘The Mosque and Social Control in Edinburgh’s Muslim Community’, Journal of Culture and Religion, vol. 3(2).


Kemshall H. and Maguire, M. (2001). 'Public Protection, Partnership and Risk Penality: The Multi-Agency Risk Management of Sexual and Violent Offenders', Punishment and Society , vol. 5(2), 237-264.


Brookman, F.  (8th July 2019). Written Evidence Submitted to the Youth Select Committee Inquiry into Knife Crime.  Available here

 

Brookman, F.  (5th July 2019). Oral Evidence Presented at Youth Select Committee Knife Crime Inquiry.  Available here  or here (video)

 

Brookman, F. and Jones, H. (6th March 2019). Written Evidence Submitted to House of Lords Science & Technology Committee Enquiry into Forensic Science. Available here.  


Pike, S. (2019). ‘Homicide’, in J. Muncie and E. McLaughlin (eds.), The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (4th Edition). London: Sage Publications, pp. 264 – 266. 


Wardak, A. (2019). ’Afghanistan: How to Widen Access to JusticeThe Conversation. Available here.


Brookman, F. and Jones, H.  (2018). HIFS Briefing Note “Co-locating Specialists”. Available here

 

Brookman, F. and Jones, H.  (2018). HIFS Project Research Insight 1: “Sensemaking & Dialogue”. Available here.  


Wardak, A. (2016). 'A Decade and a Half of Rebuilding Afghanistan’s Justice System: An Overview', Leiden:  VVI – University of Leiden. Available here.

  

Brookman, F. and McGarry, D.  (2015). 'The Family Liaison Officer'.  Police Chief Magazine, September 2015.  (Winning entry of submissions to special issue on Great Ideas in Law Enforcement, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Washington: DC).  Available here.  

 

Brookman, F.  (2015). Contribution Towards New Methods of Homicide Investigation in Making the Case for Social Sciences in Wales.  Academy of Social Sciences (ACSS)

 

Wardak, A. (2012). ‘Peace in Afghanistan, the Civil Society Way’, Inter Press Service. Available here


Brookman, F.  (2011).  ‘Investigating Homicide’ in Making the Case for the Social Sciences.  No 4. Crime.  Academy of Social Sciences in collaboration with the British Psychological Society and the British Society of Criminology.


Braithwaite, J. and Wardak, A. (2011). 'Is Killing Taliban a Good Idea?Inside Story, 7 December. Available here


Wardak, A. (2009). ‘Rule of Law in Afghanistan: An Overview’ in LISD Petersburg Papers on Afghanistan, LCR No IV, Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.


Wardak, A. and Gemie, S. (2002). ‘Afghanistan after the Taliban', Planet, No. 154, 22-31.


Wardak, A. (2001). 'Report on Persian/Dari Translation of Afghanistan’s Political and Constitutional Development', Co-authored by Wardak, A. et al (2003), Humanitarian Policy Group, Report (January), London: ODI/DFID.

 

Wardak, A. (2001). `Poverty and Class Breed Hatred’, India Weekly (p.4), 76, Friday 15 June.

 

Wardak, A. (2001). ‘Fedr Cynghrair Y Gogledd Fyth Sefydlogi Afghanistan’ (Translated from English into Welsh by Barry Thomas) in golwg, p.7, 14:12, 22 November 2001.

 

Wardak, A. (2001). ‘Let’s be Tough on Terrorism and on the Causes of Terrorism’, Asia Express (pp: 6) Thursday, 20 September.