Publications

The PIER team are authors of multiple books, book chapters, journals and reports. Their collective works are listed below.

2021

Agnew-Pauley, W., 2021. Criminal Justice Alliance: Section 60 Stop and Search in England and Wales. Supporting Research Report (London: Criminal Justice Alliance).

Mann, N., Lundrigan, S., 2021. Dynamic assessment of registered sexual offenders: The national practitioner perspective on the 'Active Risk Management System'. Policing and Society. doi: 10.1080/10439463.2021.1873324

Orofino, E., 2021. Hizb ut-Tahrir. In Lukens-Bull, R., Woodward, M. (eds), 2021. Handbook of Contemporary Islam and Muslim Lives (New York: Springer).

Orofino, E., 2021. Analysing Nonviolent Extremism in the West Using Qualitative Methods. SAGE Qualitative Dataset. doi: 10.4135/9781529762761

Agnew-Pauley, W., Lundrigan, S., 2021. Operation Meteor – An Evaluation of Property Marking Schemes in Essex. Final report submitted to Essex Police.

Agnew-Pauley, W., Orofino, E., Lundrigan, S., 2021. The Essex Violence and Vulnerability Unit (VVU) Localities Project – A Process Evaluation of the Five Local Initiatives. Final report submitted to Essex Police.

Devendran, P., Lundrigan, S., 2021. An investigation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Disproportionality in the Criminal Justice System in Essex: Arrest and Stop and Search Analysis. Interim report submitted to the Essex Criminal Justice Board.

Lundrigan, S., Kerss, S., Devendran, P., 2021. The Essex Joint Commissioning Strategy for Domestic Abuse: An evaluation of partnership working. Final report submitted to the Essex DA Board.

Orofino, E., 2021. Analysing Nonviolent Extremism in the West Using Qualitative Methods. SAGE Research Methods Datasets Part 1.

Agnew-Pauley, W., 2021. Criminal Justice Alliance: Section 60 Stop and Search in England and Wales. Supporting Research Report (London: Criminal Justice Alliance).

Mann, N., Lundrigan, S., 2021. Dynamic assessment of registered sexual offenders: The national practitioner perspective on the Active Risk Management System (ARMS). Policing and Society. Online first. doi: 10.1080/10439463.2021.1873324

Orofino, E., 2021. Hizb ut-Tahrir. In Lukens-Bull, R., Woodward, M. (eds), 2021. Handbook of Contemporary Islam and Muslim Lives (New York: Springer).

2020

Mann, N., Lundrigan, S., 2020. A National Evaluation of the Active Risk Management System. Ministry of Justice Final Report.

Orofino, E., 2020. Framing, new social identity and long-term loyalty. Hizb ut-Tahrir’s impact on its members. Social Movement Studies. Online first. doi: 10.1080/14742837.2020.1722629

Orofino, E., 2020. Hizb ut-Tahrir and the Caliphate (London: Routledge).

Orofino, E., 2020. The Muslim Brotherhood: A Contested Islamist Actor. In Lukens-Bull, R., Woodward, M. (eds), 2021. Handbook of Contemporary Islam and Muslim Lives (New York: Springer).

Orofino, E. (2020). Citizenship in the Minds of Political Islamists. Australian Journal of Islamic Studies, 5(2), pp. 29-50.

Lundrigan, S., Dhami, M. K., Agudelo, K., 2020. Factors predicting conviction in child stranger rape. Child Abuse and Neglect, 101. doi: /10.1016/j.chiabu.2019.104242

Mann, N., Devendran, P., Lundrigan, S., 2020. You’re never really free: Understanding the barriers to desistance for registered sex offenders in the community. Criminology and Criminal Justice. doi: 10.1177/1748895819853861

2019

Lundrigan, S., Dhami, M. K., Agudelo, K., 2019. Factors predicting conviction in stranger rape. Frontiers in Psychology- Forensic and Legal Psychology, 10, 526. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00526

Lundrigan. S., Mann, N., 2019. New Approaches to RSO Demand: Reduction via Changes to SORN. Briefing Paper submitted to UK Home Secretary.

Godier-McBard, L., Orofino, E., Lundrigan, S., 2019. An Evaluation of the Essex Violence against Women and Girls Perpetrator Pathway. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.

Orofino, E., 2019. Researching “Intellectual Radicals” in the West. SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2. doi: 10.4135/9781526476852

Agnew-Pauley, W., 2019. ‘Diversion in the Criminal Justice System: Examining interventions for drug-involved offenders’. In Collins, J., Agnew-Pauley, W., Soderholm, A. (eds), 2019. Rethinking Drug Courts: International Experiences of a US Policy Export (London: London Publishing Partnership).

Collins, J., Agnew-Pauley, W., Soderholm, A. (eds), 2019. Rethinking Drug Courts: International Experiences of a US Policy Export (London: London Publishing Partnership).

Agnew-Pauley, W., Hughes, C. E., 2019. Trends and offending circumstances in the police use of drug detection dogs in New South Wales 2008 – 2018. Current issues in Criminal Justice, 31(1), pp. 4-23. doi: 10.1080/10345329.2018.1556280

Belur, J., Agnew-Pauley, W., McGinley, B., Tompson, L., 2019. A systematic review of police recruit training programmes. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. doi: 10.1093/police/paz022

Belur, J., Agnew-Pauley, W., McGinley, B., Tompson, L., 2019. Police recruit training programmes: A systematic map of research literature. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. doi: 10.1093/police/paz019

Hughes, C., Agnew-Pauley, W., 2019. It’s time to change our drug dog policies to catch dealers, not low-level users at public events. The Conversation, 17 February 2019.

2018

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Lundrigan, S., Dhami, M. K., Thomas, S. J., 2018. Police discretion in rape cases. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 35, pp. 157-169. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11896-018-9299-4

Mann, N., Devendran, P., Lundrigan, S., 2018. Policing in a time of austerity: Understanding the public protection paradox through qualitative interviews with police monitoring officers. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 14, pp. 630-642. doi: 10.1093/police/pay047

Lundrigan, S., Dhami, M.K., Mueller-Johnson, K., 2018. A re-examination of the acquittal biasing effect of offence seriousness. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 25, pp. 769-778. doi: 10.1080/13218719.2018.1478334

Mueller-Johnson, K., Dhami, M., Lundrigan, S., 2018. Effects of judicial instructions and juror characteristics on interpretations of beyond reasonable doubt. Psychology, Crime and Law 24, pp. 117-133. doi: 10.1080/1068316X.2017.1394461

Lundrigan, S., 2018. Understanding child sexual exploitation perpetration in Essex: The professionals’ perspective. Report prepared for Essex Police Public Protection Command.

Lundrigan, S., Devendran, P., 2018. The vulnerable adults risk assessment conference (VARAC) evaluation. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire.

Kerss, S., Lundrigan, S., 2018. Breaking the cycle of domestic abuse in Essex. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.

O’Reilly, C., Lundrigan, S., 2018. Restoring public confidence through the delivery of improved community policing. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.

Ali, J., Orofino, E.. 2018. Islamic Revivalist Movements in the Modern World: An Analysis of Al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun, Tabligh Jama’at, and Hizb utTahrir. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 31(1), pp. 27-54. doi: 10.1558/jasr.35051

Belur, J., Agnew-Pauley, W., Tompson, L., 2018. Designing a graduate entry route for police recruits: lessons from a rapid evidence assessment of other professions. Police Practice and Research, 21(2), pp. 134-151. doi: 10.1080/15614263.2018.1526685

2017

Smith, O., Lundrigan, S., 2017. Understanding disability hate crime in Essex. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.

Constable, J., Skinner, D., Lundrigan, S., 2017. Increasing diversity in police recruitment. Final Report submitted to the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.

Lundrigan, S., 2017. Police practitioner perspectives on mental health and policing in the Eastern Region. Report prepared for Eastern Region Police Mental Health Group.