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    Number of items: 9.

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    Cooper, Penelope and Dando, C.J. and Ormerod, T. and Mattison, M. and Marchant, R. and Milne, R. and Bull, R. (2018) One step forward and two steps back? The “20 Principles” for questioning vulnerable witnesses and the lack of an evidence-based approach. The International Journal of Evidence & Proof , ISSN 1365-7127.

    Coyle, A. and Heard, Catherine and Fair, Helen (2018) Current trends and practices in the use of imprisonment. International Review of the Red Cross , ISSN 1816-3831. (In Press)

    Coyle, Andrew and Fair, Helen (2018) A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management: Handbook for Prison Staff (3rd edition). London, UK: Institute for Criminal Policy Research Birkbeck, University of London. ISBN 9780907904335.

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    Fair, Helen and Jacobson, Jessica (2018) Process evaluation of the Restorative Prisons project. Project Report. Restorative Solutions, London, UK.

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    Hunter, Gillian and Jacobson, Jessica and Kirby, Amy (2018) Judicial perceptions of the quality of criminal advocacy: report of research commissioned by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board. Project Report. Solicitors Regulation Authority, London, UK.

    Hunter, Gillian and May, Tiggey and Hough, Mike (2018) Are the police embracing evidence-informed practice? A view from England and Wales. Policing and Society 29 (3), pp. 251-265. ISSN 1043-9463.

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    Jacobson, Jessica (2018) Balancing accessibility and authority: towards an integrated approach to vulnerability in the criminal courts. In: Cooper, Penelope and Hunting, L. (eds.) Access to Justice for Vulnerable People. London, UK: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing. ISBN 9780854902675. (In Press)

    Jacobson, Jessica and Hough, Mike (2018) Missed opportunities and new risks: penal policy in England and Wales in the past 25 years. Political Quarterly 89 (2), pp. 177-186. ISSN 1467-923X.

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    May, Tiggey and Bhardwa, Bina (2018) Organised crime groups involved in fraud. Crime Prevention and Security Management. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783319694009. (In Press)

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