Desistance from lockdown

During this difficult period of lockdown, I have begun to make comparisons between the process of desistance and the impending collective recovery from the social and psychological impact of coronavirus.

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‘People get killed cause of there [Their] Skin. IT CANNOT BE STOPPED’

A Midlands Case Study Considering Experiences Of Racism Amongst Pupils In Uk Secondary Schools And The Community

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More than a tick-box? The role of training in improving police responses to hate crime

In the years since the publication of the Macpherson report, many countries across the world have implemented policy and legislative frameworks in order to respond more effectively to hate crime.

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Implementing police-led responses to hate crime: a case study of one english northern town

Since the seminal 1999 Macpherson report, hate crime has become a barometer for contemporary police relations with vulnerable and marginalised communities

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“I hope the river floods”: online hate speech towards gypsy, roma and traveller communities

Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities experience hate and discrimination in a range of public and private arenas.

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‘People get killed cause of there [their] skin. It cannot be stopped’: a midlands case study considering experiences of racism amongst pupils in uk secondary schools and the community

This paper investigates UK pupil experience of racism and race-hate-related extremism.
World Café research was conducted with 57 school and college pupils aged 14–17 years
from a city in the Midlands.

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Reinterpreting the uk response to hate crime

This paper considers the motivation and function of the UK’s hate-crime framework, offering a historically located interpretation.

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Editorial (Volume 16, Issue 1)

Reflecting on the findings and recommendations of the MacPherson report, this is the first of a two-part special issue which examines the processes of hate crime (the term now used to include all crime motivated or aggravated by prejudice, not just racism) from the perspectives of victims, victim services, the criminal justice system and perpetrators.

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Covid-19 in custody: responding to pandemics in prisons in england and wales

COVID-19 was first detected in the prison estate in England and Wales in March 2020 and spread rapidly amongst prisoners and staff.

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COVID-19, Command Mode and Contact

In line with COVID-19 government guidelines, I am considered a key worker and as such, people dutifully clap for my colleagues and I every Thursday at 8pm.

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