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In this article, we describe and make sense of the reception of a novel security good: namely, the personal GPS tracking device. There is nothing new about tracking. Electronic monitoring is an established technology with many taken-for-granted uses. Against this backdrop, we focus on a...
This article uses data from interviews with 69 self-described members and associates of street gangs in London to explore how young people choose their actions and construct their identities from the material and cultural resources they find in their locales. It explores ‘drift’ as a...
The UK government has called for a rehabilitation revolution in England and Wales and put its faith in market testing. It hopes this will lead to greater innovation, resulting in reductions in re-offending while also driving down costs. However, many of the most innovative developments in...
A pilot study was implemented in three local authority areas in Scotland to test the feasibility and acceptability of delivering Alcohol Brief Interventions (ABIs) as part of routine practice in community justice. Screening for Alcohol Use Disorders (AUDs) was undertaken with offenders given...
Accounts of public ‘trust and confidence’ in criminal justice agencies often fall into one of two camps. Instrumental accounts suggest that people trust police and the criminal justice system (CJS) when they believe them to be effective in fighting crime and reducing offending. Expressive or...
In recent years, there has been an increased focus on the use of the precautionary principle within counter-terrorism. To date much of the literature has focused on ‘high’ level executive measures. This article examines the use of the precautionary measures within counter-terrorism street...
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