Courts, sentencing and attitudes to justice

 

Challenging the Japanese Government’s Approach to the Death Penalty

  • Author(s) Sato, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationOxford
  • Publisher/PublicationOxford University Press
  • Misc infoIn R. Hood (ed.) Confronting Capital Punishment in Asia: Human Rights, Politics, Public Opinion and Practices.
 

The role of public opinion in formulating guidelines

  • Author(s) Hough, M. and Kirby, A.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationOxford
  • Publisher/PublicationOxford University Press
  • Misc infoIn A. Ashworth and J.V. Roberts (eds.) Sentencing Guidelines: Exploring the English model, pp. 140-156.
 

Trust in justice and the legitimacy of legal authorities: topline findings from a European comparative study

  • Author(s) Hough, M., Jackson, J. and Bradford, B.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationRoutledge
  • Misc infoIn Body-Gendrot, S., Hough, M., Levy, R., Kerezsi, K. and Snacken, S. (eds.), European Handbook of Criminology (pp.243-265)
 

Attitudes to Sentencing and Trust in Justice Exploring Trends from the Crime Survey for England and Wales

 

Improving the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime Consultation – a response from the Institute for Criminal Policy Research

 

European Handbook of Criminology

  • Author(s)

    Body-Gendrot, S., Hough, M., Levy, R., Kerezsi, K. and Snacken, S. (edited volume)

  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationRoutledge
  • Misc infoIn press
 

Public attitudes to the death penalty in Japan

  • Author(s) Sato. M
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationDeath Penalty Project
  • Misc infoIn The Death Penalty in Japan: A Report on Japan’s legal obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and an assessment of public attitudes to capital punishment.
  • DownloadsDPP Japan report Final
     
 

Sentencing Riot-Related Offending: Where Do the Public Stand

  • Author(s) Roberts, J. V. and Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationBritish Journal of Criminology, 53(2): 234-256
 

Intelligent Justice: Balancing the effects of community sentences and custody

  • Author(s) Hough, M., Farrall, S. and McNeill, F.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2013
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationHoward League for Penal Reform
  • Misc infoA pamphlet for the Howard League for Penal Reform
  • DownloadsIntelligent Justice.pdf
     
 

Procedural justice and professional policing in times of austerity

  • Author(s) Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2012
  • LocationUK
  • Publisher/PublicationCriminology and Criminal Justice
  • Misc infoAdvance online access
 

Policing by consent: UK evidence on legitimate power and influence. ESS Country Specific Topline Results Series Issue 1

  • Author(s) Jackson, J., Hough, M., Bradford, B., Hohl, K. and Kuha, J.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2012
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationCity University
  • DownloadsESS Policing by Consent.pdf
     
 

Public Knowledge and Opinion, Crime, and Criminal Justice

  • Author(s) Hough, M. and Roberts, J.V.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2012
  • LocationOxford
  • Publisher/PublicationOxford University Press
  • Misc infoin M. Maguire, R. Morgan and R. Reiner (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology
 

Researching trust in the police and trust in justice: A UK perspective

  • Author(s) Hough, M.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2012
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationPolicing and Society, 22(3): 332-345
 

Compliance with the law and policing by consent: notes on police and legal legitimacy

  • Author(s) Jackson, J., Bradford, B., Hough, M. and Murray, K.
  • SubjectCourts, sentencing and attitudes to justice
  • Year2012
  • LocationLondon
  • Publisher/PublicationRoutledge
  • Misc infoIn A. Crawford and A. Hucklesby (eds.) Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice
 

Public attitudes to youth crime: Report on focus group research