Items where Author is "Hopkins, Burke"

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Journal article

HOPKINS, B., 2007. Moral ambiguity, the schizophrenia of crime and community justice. British Journal of Community Justice, 5 (1), pp. 43-64.

Authored book

HOPKINS, B., 2004. 'Hard cop/soft cop': Dilemmas and debates on contemporary policing. Cullumpton, Devon: Willan Press.

Chapter in book

HOPKINS, B., 2004. Conclusions: policing contemporary society revisited. In: B. HOPKINS, ed., 'Hard cop/soft cop': dilemmas and debates in contemporary policing. Cullumpton: Willan Press. ISBN 1843920484

HOPKINS, B., 2004. Introduction: policing contemporary society. In: B. HOPKINS, ed., 'Hard cop/soft cop': Dilemmas and debates in contemporary policing. Cullumpton: Willan Press. ISBN 1843920484

HOPKINS, B., 2004. Policing the local community: the case of anti-social behaviour orders. In: B. HOPKINS, ed., 'Hard cop/soft cop': dilemma and debates in contemporary policing. Cullumpton: Willan Press. ISBN 1843920484

HOPKINS, B., 2003. Policing bad behaviour: interrogating the dilemmas. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Behaving badly? Offensive behaviour and 'crime'. London: Ashgate.

Conference contribution

HOPKINS, B. and POLLOCK, E., 2003. A tale of two anomies: some observations on the contribution of criminological theory to explaining hate crime. In: Inaugural Symposium of the Nottingham Centre for the Study and Reduction of Hate Crimes, Galleries of Justice (NCSRHC and SOLON), Nottingham, UK, 21-22 February 2003, Galleries of Justice (NCSRHC and SOLON), Nottingham.

HOPKINS, B., 2001. Fires and frying pans: the dilemmas of policing bad behaviour. In: Behaving Badly? Offensive Behaviour and Crime Solon Annual Conference, Galleries of Justice (Museum of Law/The Nottingham Trent University), Nottingham, UK, 19-21-September 2001, Galleries of Justice (Museum of Law/The Nottingham Trent University), Nottingham.

Research report for external body

HOPKINS, B. and ORROCK, E., 2003. Youth crime: A base audit of youth work interventions in England that impact on young people as perpetrators or as victims of crime. Leicester: National Youth Association.

HOPKINS, B. and HOPKINS, M., 2001. Repeat victimisation of students in Nottingham. Nottingham: Government Office East Midlands.

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