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Restorative policing for the 21st century: historical lessons for future practice (2018)
Book
Clamp, K. (in press). Restorative policing for the 21st century: historical lessons for future practice. In T. Gavrielides (Ed.), Routledge international handbook of restorative justiceRoutledge

Restorative policing has experienced somewhat of a tumultuous journey within the international criminal justice landscape. The practice first emerged in Wagga Wagga, Australia in the early 1990s where its architects drew inspiration from both the New... Read More

Cross-cultural collaboration for community-oriented policing and restorative justice (2015)
Book Chapter
Normore, A. H., Ellis, B., Clamp, K., & Paterson, C. (2015). Cross-cultural collaboration for community-oriented policing and restorative justice. In N. Erbe, & A. H. Normore (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Leadership in Modern OrganizationsIGI Global

This chapter proposes ways to actively shape future cross-cultural police leadership and collaboration within and across police cultures. The ideas presented are intended to create dialogue across modern police organizations and those who lead them.... Read More

Applied criminology and criminal justice (2015)
Book Chapter
Stout, B., & Clamp, K. (2015). Applied criminology and criminal justice. International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioural Sciences, 832-838. (Second edition). Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.10512-4

Applied criminology may be thought of as being concerned with the application of the discipline of criminology to ‘real world’ problems of crime and criminal justice. It is both critical and engaged and seeks to find solutions to particular issues of... Read More

A ‘local’ response to community problems? A critique of community justice panels (2014)
Journal Article
Clamp, K. (2014). A ‘local’ response to community problems? A critique of community justice panels. British Journal of Community Justice, 12(2), 21-34

Community justice panels have had a long and varied history and are now established at one level or another in most advanced neoliberal states. They involve local members of the community as volunteers in responding to crime and have been lauded for... Read More

Innovating responses to managing risk: exploring the potential of a victim-focused policing strategy (2013)
Journal Article
Paterson, C., & Clamp, K. (2014). Innovating responses to managing risk: exploring the potential of a victim-focused policing strategy. Policing, 8(1), 51-58. doi:10.1093/police/pat028

This article explores the potential benefits of developing partnerships with victims in managing threats to their personal safety via smart police use of electronic monitoring technologies. The central premise for this position is that traditional su... Read More