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Achieving cultural change through organizational justice: the case of Stop and Search in Scotland

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Aston, E., Murray, K., & O'Neill, M. (2019)
Achieving cultural change through organizational justice: the case of Stop and Search in Scotland. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 21(1), 40-56. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895819839751
In recent years, the scale, impact and legality of stop and search in Scotland has been subject to intense critical scrutiny, leading to major legal and policy reform in 2016....

Immature offenders. A critical history of the representations of the offender in restorative justice

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Maglione, G. (2017)
Immature offenders. A critical history of the representations of the offender in restorative justice. Contemporary Justice Review, 21(1), 44-59. https://doi.org/10.1080/10282580.2017.1413360
This paper reconstructs and discuss how the 'offender' is represented within policy documents, legal statutes and scholarly literature on restorative justice, published and ci...

A comparative exploration of the defence of duress

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Moran, C. F. (2017)
A comparative exploration of the defence of duress. Global Journal of Comparative Law, 6(1), 51-76
This work examines the defence of duress, as codified in the Rome Statute, from the perspective of four domestic jurisdictions in order to determine whether it can be applied ...

Legalities of treating wildlife in UK veterinary practice

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Fraser, M., & Girling, S. (2016)
Legalities of treating wildlife in UK veterinary practice. Veterinary Nurse, 7(3), 140-147. https://doi.org/10.12968/vetn.2016.7.3.140
Many different species of wildlife will be presented to veterinary practices. In addition to providing care for these patients, veterinary nurses need to be aware of the legal...

The increasing challenge for digital forensics

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Buchanan, W. J. (2015)
The increasing challenge for digital forensics. The Texas Investigator, 10-12
Over the past decade or so we have seen a massive increase in the usage of digital devices for evidence gathering in law enforcement, and the methods that we have used are typ...

Catching More Offenders with EvoFIT Facial Composites: Lab Research and Police Field Trials

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Frowd, C. D., Hancock, P. J. B., Bruce, V., Skelton, F. C., Atherton, C., Nelson, L., …Sendrea, G. (2011)
Catching More Offenders with EvoFIT Facial Composites: Lab Research and Police Field Trials. Global Journal of Human-Social Science, 11(3),
Often, the only evidence of an offender’s identity comes from the memory of an eyewitness. For over 12 years, we have been developing software called EvoFIT to help eyewitness...

Mental health, community care and human rights in Europe: still an incomplete picture?

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Stavert, J. (2007)
Mental health, community care and human rights in Europe: still an incomplete picture?. Journal of mental health law, 16, 182

The door is wedged open: China's regulation on foreign access to audiovisual markets.

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Niu, Z. (2007)
The door is wedged open: China's regulation on foreign access to audiovisual markets. Entertainment law review, 18, 265-271

Remedies policy in media mergers: a new form of regulation in a deregulatory era?

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Niu, Z. (2007)
Remedies policy in media mergers: a new form of regulation in a deregulatory era?. Communications law : journal of computer, media, and telecommunications law, 12, 92-98

Contemporary composite techniques: the impact of a forensically-relevant target delay.

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Baldwin, H., Hancock, P., Frowd, C. D., Carson, D., Ness, H., McQuiston-Surrett, D., & Richardson, J. (2005)
Contemporary composite techniques: the impact of a forensically-relevant target delay. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 10(1), 63-81. https://doi.org/10.1348/135532504X15358
Purpose. Previous laoratory-based research suggests that facial composites, or pictures of suspected criminals, from UK computerized systems are named correctly about 20% of t...