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Mechanisms of the social control of children and young people: From ‘stop and search’ to ‘stop and engage’ in Police Scotland (2024)
Journal Article
Clayton, E. (online). Mechanisms of the social control of children and young people: From ‘stop and search’ to ‘stop and engage’ in Police Scotland. Criminology and Criminal Justice, https://doi.org/10.1177/17488958241249828

Since the implementation of stop and search reform in Scotland, the volume of this tactic has decreased and proportionality has increased. However, little has been published that has detailed the design, communication and implementation of stop and s... Read More about Mechanisms of the social control of children and young people: From ‘stop and search’ to ‘stop and engage’ in Police Scotland.

The Tip of the Iceberg: Exploring the Landscape of Policing in a Digitalized World (2024)
Journal Article
Easton, M., de Paepe, J., Aston, L., & Clayton, E. (2024). The Tip of the Iceberg: Exploring the Landscape of Policing in a Digitalized World. European Journal of Policing Studies, 7(1-2), 3-13. https://doi.org/10.5553/ejps.000018

In the ever-evolving landscape of law enforcement, the advent of the digital age has ushered in transformative shifts in police practices. These shifts have sparked scholarly attention and fuelled an increased volume of research dedicated to unravell... Read More about The Tip of the Iceberg: Exploring the Landscape of Policing in a Digitalized World.

“Free Text Is Essentially the Enemy of What We’re Trying to Achieve”: The Framing of a National Vision for Delivering Digital Police Contact (2024)
Journal Article
Wells, H., Andrews, W., Clayton, E., Bradford, B., Aston, E. V., & O’Neill, M. (2024). “Free Text Is Essentially the Enemy of What We’re Trying to Achieve”: The Framing of a National Vision for Delivering Digital Police Contact. European Journal of Policing Studies, 7(1-2), 14-35. https://doi.org/10.5553/ejps.000017

Police organizations in England and Wales, as in many other contexts, are increasingly shifting crime reporting and other public-facing contact online. In this article, we explore the beliefs, motivations and objectives of those tasked with “deliveri... Read More about “Free Text Is Essentially the Enemy of What We’re Trying to Achieve”: The Framing of a National Vision for Delivering Digital Police Contact.

Ask the Criminologists: Webinar for Modern Studies teachers (2023)
Digital Artefact
Mabon, K., Gumulinska, I., Clayton, E., Morrison, K., Graham, H., & Foster (PI), R. (2023). Ask the Criminologists: Webinar for Modern Studies teachers. [YouTube video]

Webinar content prepared and recorded by our SCCJR project team for Modern Studies teachers in Scotland. We invited questions from Modern Studies teachers across Scotland and answered them, alongside questions ‘from the floor’ in this live webinar. T... Read More about Ask the Criminologists: Webinar for Modern Studies teachers.

YouTube: Modern Studies learners webinar (2023)
Digital Artefact
Mabon, K., Gumulinska, I., Clayton, E., Morrison, K., Graham, H., & Foster, R. (2023). YouTube: Modern Studies learners webinar. [YouTube video]

Webinar content prepared and recorded by our SCCJR project team for Modern Studies learners in Scotland. We invited questions from Modern Studies learners across Scotland and answered them in this pre-recorded webinar.

‘Channel shift’: Technologically mediated policing and procedural justice (2022)
Journal Article
Wells, H. M., Aston, E. V., Bradford, B., O'Neill, M., Clayton, E., & Andrews, W. (2023). ‘Channel shift’: Technologically mediated policing and procedural justice. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 25(1), 42-52. https://doi.org/10.1177/14613557221132962

In recent years, police forces in the United Kingdom have introduced various technologies that alter the methods by which they interact with the public. In a parallel development, many forces have also begun to embrace the concept of procedural justi... Read More about ‘Channel shift’: Technologically mediated policing and procedural justice.

The landscape of UK child protection research between 2010 and 2014: Disciplines, topics, and types of maltreatment (2016)
Journal Article
Soliman, F., Mackay, K., Clayton, E., Gadda, A., Jones, C., Anderson, A., Jones, D., & Taylor, J. (2016). The landscape of UK child protection research between 2010 and 2014: Disciplines, topics, and types of maltreatment. Children and Youth Services Review, 65, 51-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.03.021

This paper draws on the results of a commissioned systematic map of UK child protection empirical research published between 2010 and 2014. It analyses current patterns in child protection research in relation to three variables – disciplinary backgr... Read More about The landscape of UK child protection research between 2010 and 2014: Disciplines, topics, and types of maltreatment.

The Landscape of UK Child Protection Research 2010 to 2014: A Mapping Review of Substantive Topics, Maltreatment Types and Research Designs (2016)
Journal Article
Jones, C., Taylor, J., MacKay, K., Soliman, F., Clayton, E., Gadda, A. M., Anderson, A., & Jones, D. (2017). The Landscape of UK Child Protection Research 2010 to 2014: A Mapping Review of Substantive Topics, Maltreatment Types and Research Designs. Child Abuse Review, 26(1), 8-18. https://doi.org/10.1002/car.2429

Child protection continues to be a pressing social problem. Robust and relevant research is essential in order to ensure that the scale and nature of child maltreatment are understood and that preventative and protective measures are effective. This... Read More about The Landscape of UK Child Protection Research 2010 to 2014: A Mapping Review of Substantive Topics, Maltreatment Types and Research Designs.