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Journal article

SUTTON, M. and GRIFFITHS, M., 2018. Using date specific searches on Google Books to disconfirm prior origination knowledge claims for particular terms, words, and names. Social Sciences, 7 (4), p. 66. ISSN 2076-0760

SUTTON, M., 2015. On knowledge contamination: new data challenges claims of Darwin’s and Wallace’s independent conceptions of Matthew’s prior-published hypothesis. Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy, 12, p. 5. ISSN 2299-0356

GRIFFITHS, M.D. and SUTTON, M., 2015. Screen time and crime: the crime substitution hypothesis revisited. Education and Health, 33 (4), pp. 85-87. ISSN 2049-3665

SUTTON, M., 2014. A dreadful discovery: big data proves Wallace and Darwin counterfeit discoverers. Ethical Record, 119 (8), pp. 7-14. ISSN 0014-1690

SUTTON, M., 2014. The hi-tech detection of Darwin's and Wallace's possible science fraud: big data criminology re-writes the history of contested discovery. Papers from the British Criminology Conference, 14, pp. 49-64. ISSN 1759-0043

SUTTON, M. and HODGSON, P., 2013. The problem of zombie cops in voodoo criminology: arresting the police patrol 100 yard myth. Internet Journal of Criminology. ISSN 2045-6743

GRIFFITHS, M.D. and SUTTON, M., 2013. Proposing the Crime Substitution Hypothesis: exploring the possible causal relationship between excessive adolescent video game playing, social networking and crime reduction. Education and Health, 31 (1), pp. 17-21. ISSN 2049-3665

SUTTON, M. and TSELONI, A., 2011. Area crime and fear of crime levels: has analysis of the British Crime Survey diluted crime concentration and homogenised risk? Eγκληματολογία [Criminology], Ειδικό Τεύχος Ο Φόβος του Εγκλήματος, pp. 32-39.

SUTTON, M. and WRIGHT, C., 2009. Finding the far right online: an exploratory study of white supremacist websites. Internet Journal of Criminology.

SUTTON, M. and PERRY, B., 2009. Politicking the personal: examining academic literature and British National Party beliefs and wishes about intimate interracial relationships and mixed heritage. Information & Communications Technology Law, 18 (2), pp. 83-98.

PERRY, B. and SUTTON, M., 2008. Policing the colour line: violence against those in intimate interracial relationships. Race, Gender & Class, 15 (34), pp. 240-261.

SUTTON, M., PERRY, B., JOHN-BAPTISTE, C. and WILLIAMS, G., 2006. Black and Asian police officers and support staff: prejudice, identity, agency and social cohesion. Internet Journal of Criminology.

SUTTON, M., PERRY, B., JOHN-BAPTISTE, C. and WILLIAMS, G., 2006. Black and Asian police officers and support staff: prejudice, identity, agency and social cohesion. Internet Journal of Criminology.

PERRY, B. and SUTTON, M., 2006. Seeing red over black and white: popular and media representations of inter-racial relationships as precursors to racial violence. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue Canadienne de Criminology et de Justice Penale, 48 (6).

SUTTON, M. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 2003. Emails with unintended criminal consequences. The Criminal Lawyer, 130, pp. 6-8. ISSN 0956-7429

SUTTON, M., 2003. Race hatred and the far right on the Internet. Criminal Justice Matters, 48, pp. 26-27. ISSN 0962-7251

MANN, D., SUTTON, M. and TUFFIN, R., 2003. The evolution of hate: social dynamics in white racist newsgroups. Internet Journal of Criminology.

MANN, D., SUTTON, M. and TUFFIN, R., 2003. The evolution of hate: social dynamics in white racist newsgroups. Internet Journal of Criminology.

SUTTON, M. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 2002. Far right groups on the Internet: a new problem for crime control and community safety? The Criminal Lawyer, 123, pp. 3-5. ISSN 0956-7429

SCHNEIDER, J.L. and SUTTON, M., 1999. Keystroke crime: telling IT like IT is and the need for an Internet criminal activity survey. FOCUS on Police Research and Development (11).

MANN, D. and SUTTON, M., 1998. NetCrime: more change in the organisation of thieving. British Journal of Criminology, 38 (2). ISSN 0007-0955

SUTTON, M., 1998. Too hot to handle: the market reduction approach aims to turn up the heat on stolen goods. FOCUS on Police Research and Development (10).

SUTTON, M., 1995. Supply by theft: does the market for second-hand goods play a role in keeping crime figures high? British Journal of Criminology, 38 (3). ISSN 0007-0955

SUTTON, M., 1988. Vandalism and the perceived inequity theory: a critique of the equality based model of vandalism. Lancashire Polytechnic Law Review, 1 (1).

Authored book

SUTTON, M., 2014. Nullius in verba: Darwin’s greatest secret. Morrisville, NC, United States: Thinker Media, Inc.. ISBN 9781938240515

SUTTON, M., 2010. Stolen goods markets. Problem-oriented guides for police. Problem-specific guides series (57). Washington DC: United States Department of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. ISBN 9781935676096

Book contribution

SUTTON, M., 2014. Stolen goods networks [encyclopaedia entry]. In: C.J. FORSYTH and H. COPES, eds., Encyclopedia of social deviance. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 694-696. ISBN 9781452240336

Chapter in book

SUTTON, M., 2014. Fencing/receiving stolen goods. In: G. BRUINSMA and D. WEISBURD, eds., Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York: Springer. ISBN 9781461456896

SUTTON, M. and WRIGHT, C., 2011. Finding the far right online: an exploratory study of white racialist websites. In: S. POYNTING and J. WILSON, eds., Sticks and stones: writings and drawings on hatred. Ottawa: Red Quill Books.

SUTTON, M., 2007. Crossing the line: discourses on intimate interracial relationships in the US and UK. In: S. POYNTING and J. WILSON, eds., Sticks and stones: writings and drawings on hatred. Sydney: Sydney Institute of Criminology and Federation Press.

SUTTON, M., 2007. Finding the far right online: an exploratory study of white racialist websites. In: S. POYNTING and J. WILSON, eds., Sticks and stones: writings and drawings on hatred. Sydney: Sydney Institute of Criminology and Federation Press.

SUTTON, M., 2007. Improving national crime surveys: with a focus upon strangely neglected offenders and their offences, including frauds, hi-tech crimes and handling stolen goods. In: M.G. MAXFIELD and M. HOUGH, eds., Surveying crime in the 21st century. Cullompton, Devon: Willan.

SUTTON, M., 2005. Complicity, trading dynamics and prevalence in stolen goods markets. In: N. TILLEY, ed., Handbook of crime prevention and community safety. Cullompton, Devon: Willan.

SUTTON, M., 2005. Finding the far right online: An exploratory study of white racialist websites. In: P. TAYLOR and D. WALL, eds., Global deviance in the information age. Routledge.

SUTTON, M. and WILLIAMS, M., 2005. Understanding King Punisher and his order: Vandalism in an online community- motives, meanings and possible solutions. In: P. TAYLOR and D. WALL, eds., Global deviance in the information age. Routledge.

SUTTON, M. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 2004. Emails with unintended consequences: new lessons for policy and practice in work, public office and private life. In: P. HILLS, ed., As others see us: selected essays in human communication. Dereham: Peter Francis Publishers.

SUTTON, M., 2004. The market reduction approach is route level situational crime prevention. In: R. HOPKINS-BURKE, ed., Hard cop, soft cop: debates and dilemmas in contemporary policing. Willan Press.

SUTTON, M., 2003. Theft, stolen goods and the market reduction approach. In: J. SHAPLAND, H.J. ALBRECHT and J. DITTON, eds., The informal economy: threat and opportunity in the city. Freiburg: Max-Planck Institute. ISBN 3861130580

SUTTON, M., 2002. Fencing. In: D. LEVINSON, ed., Encyclopedia of crime and punishment. Thousand Oaks: Sage. ISBN 076192258X

SUTTON, M. and SCHNEIDER, J.L., 1999. Theft, stolen goods and the market reduction approach: Operation Radium and Operation Heat. In: T. ALLAN and B. SOLE, eds., Problem oriented policing: crime specific problems, critical issues and making POP work. Washington D.C.: Police Executive Research Forum.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

SUTTON, M., 2016. How the spinach, Popeye and iron decimal point error myth was finally bust. HealthWatch Newsletter (101), p. 7.

Research report for external body

SUTTON, M., PERRY, B., PARKE, J. and JOHN-BAPTISTE, C., 2007. Getting the message across: using media to reduce racial prejudice and discrimination. London: Home Office.

SUTTON, M., LEVI, M. and FORREST, S., 2007. Handling stolen goods: Findings from the 2003 Crime and Criminal Justice Survey. Home Office Research Study.

ALLEN, J., FORREST, S., LEVI, M., ROY, H. and SUTTON, M., 2005. Fraud and technology crimes: findings from the 2002/3 British Crime Survey and 2003 Offending, Crime and Justice Survey. London: Home Office.

FORREST, S., ALLEN, J., LEVI, M. and SUTTON, M., 2005. Handling stolen goods: Findings from the 2003 Crime and Criminal Justice Survey. London: Home Office.

SUTTON, M., 2003. How burglars and shoplifters sell stolen goods in Derby: describing and understanding the local illicit markets. Derby: Derby Community Safety Partnership.

SUTTON, M. and SCHNEIDER, J.L., 2001. Tackling theft with the market reduction approach. London: Home Office.

SUTTON, M., 1998. Handling stolen goods: a market reduction approach. London: Home Office.

EKBLOM, P., LAW, H. and SUTTON, M., 1996. Domestic burglary schemes in the Safer Cities Programme. London: Home Office.

SUTTON, M., 1996. Implementing crime prevention schemes in a multi-agency setting: aspects of process in the Safer Cities Programme. London: Home Office.

SUTTON, M., 1993. From receiving to thieving: the market for stolen goods and the incidence of theft. London: Home Office.

MOXON, D., HEDDERMAN, C. and SUTTON, M., 1990. Deductions from benefit for fine default. London: Home Office.

MOXON, D., SUTTON, M. and HEDDERMAN, C., 1990. Unit fines: experiments in four courts. London: Home Office.

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