Abolition and Transformative Solutions
Still Paying (2021)
Anarchism, Penal Law and Popular Resistance (2018) co-edited with Andrea Beckman and Azrini Wahidin
What Lies Beyond Criminal Justice: Developing transformative solutions (2016) co-authored with Rebecca Roberts
Penal Abolitionism (2016) co-edited with Andrea Beckman and Azrini Wahidin
Beyond Criminal Justice (2014) [The book] co-edited with Bill Rolston, David Scott and Mike Tomlinson.
Beyond Criminal Justice (2014) [The book Chapter] co-authored with David Scott
It’s a long road to wisdom, but it is a short one to being ignored’- moving forward to abolition (2014) co-authored with David Scott
Critique and Dissent (2013) co-edited with Joanna Gilmore and David Scott.
Critique and Dissent: An Introduction (2013) co-authored with Joanna Gilmore and David Scott.
The politics of dissent (2013) co-authored with Joanna Gilmore and David Scott.
The resources of critique (2013) co-authored with Joanna Gilmore and David Scott.
Towards a ‘critical, emancipatory and innovative criminology’ (2013) co-authored with Joanna Gilmore and David Scott.
It’s not just about profits: privatisation, social enterprise and the ‘John Lewis’ prison (2012) co-written with David Scott
Colonialism, Racism, Slavery and the Criminal Justice System
Eighteenth And NINETEENTH Century History
Protecting the Property of Slavers: London’s First State Funded Police Force (2021) Spanish translation here
Reformation, Terror and Scandal: The 1853 Royal Commission into Abuses at Birmingham Prison (2021) in Midland History
Expansion, Crisis, and Transformation: Changing Economies of Punishment in England, 1780–1850 (2020) in Social Justice
Behind Victorian Bars (2019)
Book Review of Aftermath by Preti Taneja (2022)
Book Review of ‘Jeremy Bentham on Police: The unknown story and what it means for criminology‘, edited by Scott Jacques and Philip Schofield (2022)
Book Review of Penal Theories and Institutions: Lectures at the College de France 1971–1972 by Michel Foucault, edited by Bernard E. Harcourt and translated by Graham Burchell
Review of Amelia Horgan (2021) Lost in Work: Escaping Capitalism & Patrick Colquhoun (1806) A Treatise on Indigence (2021)
Book Review of ‘Black Resistance to British Policing’ by Adam Elliott-Cooper (2021)
Review of Patrick Colquhoun’s (1796) Treatise on Policing (2021)
Book Review of ‘Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State by Gargi Bhattacharyya, Adam Elliot-Cooper, Sita Balani, Kerem Nisancioglu, Kojo Koram, Dalia Gebrial, Nadine El-Enany and Luke DeNoronha‘ (2021)
Book Review of ‘Alienation and Freedom’ by Frantz Fanon, edited by Jean Khalfa and Robert J. C. Young, translated by Steven Corcoran (2021) in Race and Class
Book Review of ‘Loud and Proud: Passion and Politics in the English Defence League’ by Hilary Pilkington and ‘The Rise of the Right: English Nationalism and the transformation of working-class politics’ by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell (2020) in Justice, Power and Resistance
Book Review of “Reinventing Punishment: A Comparative History of Criminology and Penology in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries” by Michele Pifferi (2018)
Book Review of “Race and the Undeserving poor: From Abolition to Brexit” by Robbie Shilliam (2018)
Book Review of “Foucault: The Birth of Power” by Stuart Elden (2017)
Book Review of “Bastille Nation: French Penal Politics and the Punitive Turn” by Jean Bérard and Gilles Chantraine (2017)
Book Review of “Indigenous Criminology” by C. Cunneen and J. Tauri (2017)
Classic Text Revisited: Slavery and the Penal System (2011) in Criminal Justice Matters, Vol. 85
Book review of “Penal Abolitionism” by Ruggiero, V. (2011) in British Journal of Criminology, Vol. 51 No. 2.
‘Thomas Mathiesen – A Scholar Activist in his own words‘ (2021) in Newsletter of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control
Grenfell Tower, the Criminal Justice System and the ‘Usual Suspects’ (2018) co-authored with Joanne Davis
“You have to do something”: a visit to the Kempsons in Molyvos (2018) co-authored with Andrea Beckmann and Amelie Rosa Beckmann-Cooper
Welcome to the European Union: Visit to Moria First Reception Centre, Moria, nr. Mytilini, Lesvos, Greece, 11th May 2014 (2014) co-authored with Ann Singleton and Tony Bunyan