Market Sensing research cluster

What is market sensing?

The aim of the CRIME (Criminological Research Impact Measurement and Evaluations) Centre is to advance the individual and collective research interests of Centre staff and continuously produce scholarly activity through research and enterprise collaborations in the fields of criminology and criminal justice.

Centre objectives

Expertise

The Centre has four key areas of research expertises:

Additional market sensing information

Noor-Mohamed, K, and Noor-Mohamed, J. (2014). 'Negotiating The Ethical Minefield: Fieldwork Experiences of Researching Dangerous Subjects', In Il-Su Kim and Jianhong Liu (editors), Contemporary Trends in Asian Criminal Justice: Paving the Way for the Future, pp. 205-231, Seoul: South Korea, Korean Institutes of Criminology. 

Noor-Mohamed, M.K. (2014) ‘The Definitional Ambiguities of Kidnapping and Abduction, and its Categorisation: The Case for a More Inclusive Typology’, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 53, Issue 1, pp. 83-100, 20

Sutton, M. and Hodgson, P. (2013) The Problem of Zombie Cops in Voodoo Criminology: Arresting the Police Patrol 100 Yard Myth Internet Journal of Criminology. June 2013.

Walsh, D., and Bull, R.  (2013).  The investigation and investigative interviewing of benefit fraud suspects in the UK: Historical and contemporary perspectives.  In B. Cooper, D. Griesel, and M. Ternes (Eds.) Applied issues in investigative interviewing, eyewitness memory, and credibility assessment.(Pp33-58). New York: Springer

Wilson , A. and Hodgson, P. (2013) Elusive Evidence: Hard-to-Reach Drug Users and the Missing Values in Drug Policy Decision Making. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. Feb 2013

Noor-Mohamed, M.K. & Noor-Mohamed, J. (2012) No Evidence of Absence: Successful Criminals and Secret Societies, British Society of Criminology Online Journal. Vol.12: 41-60.

Walsh, D, King, M. and Neville, A. (2012). A formulation for an agenda for future collaboration between practitioners and academics. Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice, 4, 58-69.

Wilson, A. and Hodgson, P. (2012), Trust, Coercion and Care: Researching Marginalised Groups, in Kevin Love (ed.) Ethics in Social Research (Studies in Qualitative Methodology, Volume 12), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.111-128. 

Teague, M. (2012) 'Neoliberalism, Prisons and Probation in the USA and England and Wales'. Chapter 3 in P. Whitehead & P. Crawshaw, eds., Organising Neoliberalism: Markets, Privatisation and Justice, London: Anthem.

Teague,  M. (2012) 'Privatising Criminal Justice: A Step Too Far?'. Chapter 5 in V. Helyar-Cardwell, ed., Delivering Justice: The role of the public, private and voluntary sectors in prisons and probation, London: Criminal Justice Alliance.

Teague, M. (2011), 'Probation in America: Armed, private and unaffordable?'. Probation Journal 58/4: 317-32.