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  British Journal of Criminology   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 50, Number 6, November 2010
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  • Articles
  • What Can We Learn From The Portuguese Decriminalization of Illicit Drugs?
        Caitlin Elizabeth Hughes and Alex Stevens
        p.999-1022                                                                            +cite        
  • Preventing Suicide in French Prisons
        Gaetan Cliquennois
        p.1023-1040                                                                          +cite        
  • We Predict a Riot?: Public Order Policing, New Media Environments and the Rise of the Citizen Journalist
        Chris Greer and Eugene McLaughlin
        p.1041-1059                                                                          +cite        
  • Chibnall Revisited: Crime Reporters, the Police and ‘Law-and-Order News’
        Rob C. Mawby
        p.1060-1076                                                                          +cite        
  • Women and the Provision of Criminal Justice Advice: Lessons from England and Wales 1944–1964
        Anne Logan
        p.1077-1093                                                                          +cite        
  • Jailhouse Frocks: Locating the Public Interest in Policing Counterfeit Luxury Fashion Goods
        David S. Wall and Joanna Large
        p.1094-1116                                                                          +cite        
  • The Prüm Regime: Situated Dis/Empowerment in Transnational DNA Profile Exchange
        Barbara Prainsack and Victor Toom
        p.1117-1135                                                                          +cite        
  • Crime Control and Due Process in Confidence-Building Strategies: A Governmentality Perspective
        Daniel Gilling
        p.1136-1154                                                                          +cite        
  • Community Service Versus Electronic Monitoring—What Works Better?: Results of a Randomized Trial
        Martin Killias, Gwladys Gilliéron, Izumi Kissling, and Patrice Villettaz
        p.1155-1170                                                                          +cite        
  • Anti-Terrorist Laws and the United Kingdom's ‘Suspect Muslim Community’: A Reply to Pantazis and Pemberton
        Steven Greer
        p.1171-1190                                                                          +cite        

  • Reviews
  • The Oxford Handbook of Crime and Public Policy. Edited by M. Tonry (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009, 656pp. $150.00)
        Tim Newburn
        p.1191-1193                                                                          +cite        
  • Regulating Sex for Sale: Prostitution Policy Reform in the UK. Edited by J. Phoenix (Bristol: The Policy Press, 2009, 206pp. £65.00 hb, £19.00 pbk)
        Loraine Gelsthorpe
        p.1193-1195                                                                          +cite        
  • Gender and International Security: Feminist Perspectives. Edited by Laura Sjoberg (Oxon: Routledge, 2009, ix–xiv + 286pp. £22.99 pb)
        Stacy Banwell
        p.1195-1197                                                                          +cite        
  • Peer to Peer and the Music Industry: The Criminalization of Sharing. By M. David (London: Sage, 2010, xiv + 186pp. £23.99 pb, £60.00 hb)
        David S. Wall
        p.1198-1199                                                                          +cite        
  • Crime in Japan: Paradise Lost? By Dag Leonardsen (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, xii + 248 pp. £55 hb)
        David Smith
        p.1200-1202                                                                          +cite        
  • The Rule of Law. By Tom Bingham (London: Allen Lane, 2010, 213pp. £20.00)
        Rod Morgan
        p.1202-1205                                                                          +cite        
  • Forensic Mental Health: Concepts, Systems and Practice. Edited by A. Bartlett and G. McGauley (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, 242pp. £34.95)
        Francis Pakes
        p.1205-1208                                                                          +cite