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Article

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

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.

Book Chapter, Section or Conference Proceeding

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

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

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

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

Monograph or Report

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

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.

Conference or Workshop Item

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) 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).

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 (Unpublished)

Book / Proceeding

Bowen, Erica and POOLE, Helen (2016) Examination of Firearms and Forensics in Europe and aCross Territories: Final Report. unspecified.

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

Thesis

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

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