Murray, J., Heyman, I., Wooff, A., Dougall, N., Aston, L., & Enang, I. (2017). Law enforcement and public health: setting the research agenda for Scotland . Scottish Institute for Policing Research
Police Scotland’s contact with people with vulnerability and health problems has been increasing year-on-year, with significant costs and unknown outcomes associated. This is ...
Wooff, A. & Elvins, M. (2017). Measuring risk and efficiency in Police Scotland custody settings: A pilot study. http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/SIPR_Annual_Report_16.pdf: Scottish Institute for Policing Research
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Wooff, A. (2012). Partnership working in Police Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Police Scotland
Wooff, A. & Smith, B. (2011). Policing vulnerability? The impacts and implications of no cold calling zones in Angus. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Institute for Policing Research
Doorstep crime is an increasingly prevalent issue within neighbourhoods around the UK (Doorstoppers, 2011).
There were 12,612 cases of distraction theft in 2005, but crimes co...
Wooff, A., & Skinns, L. (2017). The role of emotion, space and place in police custody in England: Towards a geography of police custody. Punishment and Society, https://doi.org/10.1177/1462474517722176
Police custody is a complex environment, where police officers, detainees and other staff interact in a number of different emotional, spatial and transformative ways. Utilisi...
Skinns, L., Wooff, A., & Sprawson, A. (2015). Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough?. Policing and Society, 27(4), 358-371. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2015.1058377
Since the 1980s, police custody in England and Wales has seen the civilianisation and privatisation of key roles formerly performed by police officers and changes to how polic...
Wooff, A. (2017). Policing in rural Scotland. https://rsgs.org/exploring-geography/publications/geographer-archive/