Here is a miscellany of published and unpublished articles and links including some conference papers or presentations. Gender, sexuality, 'public criminology', 'green perspectives' and playfulness should all be apparent.
Being a man, driving a car to my fieldwork on car crime lead me to write 'Masculinities and Crimes Against the Environment' in Theoretical Criminology
The interest in masculinites involved a lot of feminism but a recognition of the contribution of gay thinkers hence 'Perverse Criminology: The Closet of Doctor Lombroso' in Social and Legal Studies which queers criminology. This fed into contributions to Sage Dictionary of Criminology on 'sexuality' and 'queer theory'.
Bread and butter CJS issues are the subject of 'Criminal Justice resources, staffing and workloads' written with Richard Garside at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies for CJ trade unions and professional bodies. CCJS publish the excellent Criminal Justice Matters - see CJM 17, 20 and for short CCTV articles that summarise much of my thinking.
Also in CJM 59 I argue for the importance of radio as a media for examining crime and certainly countenances radio in court to get round the arguments about TV in court. It is much shortened version of this article.
Some criminologists hunker down in their 'ivory bunker'. I believe criminology needs to do more in engaging with the public/media. This article looks at how the news press have treated criminology as a subject.
David took part in an experiment in public criminology by acting as Governor to a TV prison (shades of Big Brother). We wrote it up here.
I was invited to address a seminar at University College, Dublin which I reworked to include some specifically Irish material.
Not all my presentations to British Society of Criminology Conference survive but this to 2009 (Cardiff) updating work on joyriding is here. And that at LSE (2007) on my ambivalance about criminology is here.
This paper from Belfast (1997) looks at the masculinities of criminology.