Policing and criminal justice system

Recent Publications

March 7, 2001

Counting the cost

An IRR report on how institutions have responded to incidents of racial violence.

July 1, 1993

Black America: the street and the campus

What does the politics of the street signify and how do the academics interpret it?

January 1, 1993

Resource directory on ‘race’ and racism in social work

A bibliographical guide covering elders, families, community care, HIV/AIDS, mental health, probation and criminal justice.

January 1, 1991

Deadly silence: black deaths in custody

The first comprehensive study in Britain on how black people have died in the custody of the police, prisons and special hospitals.

October 1, 1987

Policing Against Black People

This major report on policing in Britain demonstrates how a whole underclass of black people, situated in the most deprived areas of the inner city, have been marked out for a particular form of policing.