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BOLTON-KING, Rachel and Schulze, Johan (2016) Firearms and Ballistics. In: Practical Veterinary Forensics edited by David Bailey. CABI, CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 81-117. ISBN 9781780642949

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Catling, Grace, SQUIRES, Kirsty and GWINNETT, Claire (2016) Is Pork a Suitable Substitute for Human Flesh in Cadaver Dog Training? Discussion Paper. CSEye.

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Johnston, Helen, Godfrey, Barry and TURNER, Jo (2016) I am Afraid she is Perfectly Responsible for her Actions and is Simply Wicked. In: Law, Crime and Deviance since 1700 Micro-Studies in the History of Crime. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781472585288

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METCALFE, Lauren, McManus, M, Boulton, L and Dawson, I (2016) Calls for police service: Understanding the demand profile and the UK police response. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles., 90 (1). pp. 70-85. ISSN 1740-5599

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PAGE, Sarah and TEMPLE-MALT, Emma (2016) ‘Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence Reoffending’:. Research report for external body. Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent.

PAGE, Sarah and TEMPLE-MALT, Emma (2016) ‘Exploring Local Usage and Knowledge Levels in Stoke-on-Trent'. Research report for external body. Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent.

Pertsinakis, Michael (2016) Effect of visual feedback on the static and kinetic individual characteristics of handwriting. Doctoral thesis, Staffordshire University.

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SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Changing with the times: An exploration of shifting attitudes and funerary treatment of children from the Roman to early medieval period in Britain. In: Society for American Archaeology 81st Annual Meeting, April 2016, Orlando, Florida (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Neighbours and networks: funerary trends among cremation practicing groups in early medieval England and north-western Europe. In: The Evidence of material culture :Studies in honour of Professor Vera Evison. Monique Mergoil, Montagnac, pp. 116-135. ISBN 978-2-35518-060-6

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Preparing for battle?: An examination of juvenile weapon burials from early Anglo-Saxon England. In: World Archaeology Congress 8th Annual Meeting, August 2016, University of Kyoto, Kyoto (Japan).

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TURNER, Jo (2016) Battery House, Winchester. In: Gender Institute public lecture series, november 2016, University of Chester.. (Unpublished)

TURNER, Jo (2016) A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. policy press, bristol. ISBN 978-1447325727

TURNER, Jo (2016) Death Penalty. In: A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation,. policy press, bristol. ISBN 978-1447325727

TURNER, Jo (2016) Genocide, Harm and Victimisation. In: A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation,. policy press, bristol. ISBN 978-1447325727

TURNER, Jo (2016) 'Rough' women: female perpetrators of common assault, England c.1880-1900. In: Women’s Criminality: Patterns and Variations in Europe, 1600-1914. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (In Press)

TURNER, Jo (2016) Victims: An Historical Perspective. In: A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation,. policy press, bristol. ISBN 978-1447325727

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WILLIAMS, Graham, Jung, Sang‐Eun, Cho, Sohee, Antunes, Joanne, Gomes, Iva, Uchimoto, Mari, Na Oh, Yu, Di Giacomo, Lisa, Schneider, Peter, Park, Min Sun, der Meer, Dieudonne, McCord, Bruce, Ahn, Hee‐Jung, Ho Choi, Dong, Han Lee, Yang, Deok Lee, Soong and Young Lee, Hwan (2016) A collaborative exercise on DNA methylationbased body fluid typing. ELECTROPHORESIS, 37 (21). pp. 2759-2766.

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