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Alford, J., Hartley, J., Yates, S., and Hughes, O. (2016).Into the Purple Zone: Deconstructing the Politics/Administration Distinction American Review of Public Administration, 1-17.

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Brace, N. (2016).

Identifying and supporting speech, language and communication difficulties during police interviewing: the contribution of Speech and Language Therapy.

Briggs, G. (2016).

Testing the weapon focus effect: change blindness and eyewitness identification.

Briggs, G. and Pike, G. (2015).

Identity, citizenship and engaging with the criminal justice system. Paper presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Nuremberg, 2015.

Briggs, G. and Pike, G. (2015). Identity, citizenship and engaging with the criminal justice system. Paper presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Nuremberg, 2015.

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Bryson, J., Sancino, A., Benington, J. and Sørensen, E. (2016). Towards A Multi-Actor Theory of Public Value Co-Creation. Public Management Review.

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Cano Basave, A., Fernez, M. and Alani, H. (2014).

Detecting child grooming behaviour patterns on social media. SociInfo 2014: The 6th International Conference on Social Informatics, 10-13 Nov 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

Clough, G., Adams, A., Halford.E. (2016). Evidence Cafes and Practitioner Cafes supported by online resources: A route to innovative training in practice based approaches. CEPOL 2016 Special Issue.
Clough, G., Hart, J., Adams, A., Halford, E., (2016).

Evidence Cafés and Practitioner Cafés supported by online resources: A route to innovative training in practice based approaches. CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference.

Fernez, Miriam; Cano, A. Elizabeth and Alani, Harith (2014). Policing engagement via social media. In: City Labs Workshop - SociInfo 2014, 10-13 Nov 2014, Barcelona, Spain.
Gjersoe, N.L and Havard, C. (Forthcoming). Developmental Psychology. In Eds. B. Puri and I. Treasaden Forensic Psychiatry. London: Hodder Arnold
Gray, J., Franqueira, V. and Yu, Y. (2016) Forensically-Sound Analysis of Security Risks of using Local Password Managers, (to appear in) Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime, 12th Se

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Harrison, V. and Pike, G. (2015). Police perceptions of eyewitness evidence and research. Paper presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Nuremberg, 2015.
Harrison, V., Ness, H. and Skelton, F. (2016). What is 'super' about super-recognisers?
Hart, J., Adams, A. and Oliveira, M. (2016) Evidence-based Practice: Innovative Training and Technical Support for UK Police Professional Development. CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference.
Hartley J (2017) Optimism of the will in the co-creation and use of research by academics and practitioners Public Money and Management, 37, (4), 236-239
Hartley J, Hesketh I and Chase S (in press, 2017) Education and research for 21st century policing: Collaboration, competition and collusion. European Police Science and Research Bulletin
Hartley, J. (2016) Private and not-for-profit organisations can learn from public sector leadership, HR Magazine, http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/hr-most-influential/blogs/private-and-not-for-profit-organisations-can-learn-from-public-sector-leadership

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Hartley, J. (2017) Optimism of the will in the co-creation and use of research by academics and practitioners. Public Money & Management. Vol. 37. No 4. pp. 236-239
Hartley, J. Alford, J., Knies, E. and Douglas, S. (2016). Towards an empirical research agenda for public value theory. Public Management Review
Hartley, J. and Hesketh, I. (2015). European police science and research bulletin issue 13 — winter 2015/16 64 Public Value: A new means to peel an apple? CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference
Hartley, J. and Hesketh, I. (2015). Public Value: A new approach to demand in policing. Thought paper for the National Police Chiefs Council.
Hartley, J. and Smolović Jones, O. (2015). Evidence-based policing through Consortium research. CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference. Lisbon. October.
Havard, C. (2014). Are children less reliable at making visual identifications than adults? A Review. Psychology, Crime and Law, 20, 372-388.

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Hesketh, I., Hartley, J. and Chase S. (2016) Research Based Learning and Practice in Policing in the 21st Century. CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference.
Johnson, J. and Fortune, J., 2016. Systems, networks and policy in Non-Equilibrium Social Science, J Johnson, A. Nowak, P. Ormerod, B. Rosewell, Zhang, Y-C, Springer (Berlin), 2016 (in press).
Jorrit de Jong, J., Douglas, S., Sicilia, M., Radnor, Z., Noordegraaf, M., Debus, P. (2016) Instruments of Value: Using the Analytic Tools of Public Value Theory in Teaching and Practice. Public Management Review,
Lucas, L., Hartley, J. and Hughes, S. (2016) Designing postgraduate study to support professionalization in policing. CEPOL European Police Science and Research Conference.
Margoudi, M., Hart, J., Adams, A., & Oliveira, M. (2016, September). Exploring Emotion Representation to Support Dialogue in Police Training on Child Interviewing. In Joint International Conference on Serious Games (pp. 73-86). Springer International Publ
Ness, H., Pike, G. and Havard, C. (2016). Social media and citizen enquiry. Paper to be presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Toulouse, 2016.
Pasquale, Liliana; Yu, Yijun; Salehie, Mazeiar; Cavallaro, Luca; Tun, Thein Than and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2013). Requirements-driven adaptive digital forensics. In: 21st IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference, 15-19 July, 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (http

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Pike, G and Westmarland, L. (2016). Comparing practitioner and public perceptions of police integrity.
Pike, G. & Harrison, V. (2015). How to improve identification evidence: Practitioner hits and academic false alarms. HERC Online Series, 09/15, oucriminology.wordpress.com/icccr-online-series/Pike, G. (2016). Face recognition in forensic settings. Symposi
Pike, G. (2015). Facing criminal justice: face perception research and the criminal justice system. Symposium convened & chaired at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Nuremberg, 2015.
Pike, G. (2015). Public and police perceptions of psychology and the law. Symposium convened & chaired at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Nuremberg, 2015.
Pike, G. (2016). Policing engagement, enquiry and investigation: An interdisciplinary perspective. Symposium convened & chaired at the European Association of Psychology and Law, Toulouse, 2016.
Pike, G. and Clark, C. (in press). Identification evidence. In A. Griffiths and B. Milne, Investigation: Psychology into practice. Routledge.
Pike, G., (2016). Face recognition in forensic settings European Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse France, Symposia 4-9 July.
Pike, G., (2016). Perceptual impacts on eyewitness identification European Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse France, Symposia 4-9 July.
Pike, G., (2016). Policing engagement, enquiry and investigation: An interdisciplinary perspective European Psychology and Law Conference, Toulouse France, Symposia 4-9 July.