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Crone, Rosalind (2012). The great ‘Reading’ experiment: an examination of the role of education in the nineteenth-century gaol. Crime, History and Societies, 16(1) pp. 47–72. file

Donovan, Pamela and Lawrence, Paul (2008). Road traffic offending and an inner-London magistrates’ court (1913-1963). Crime, History and Societies, 12(2) pp. 119–140. file

Emsley, Clive (2005). Filling in, adding up, moving on; Criminal Justice History in contemporary Britain. Crime, History and Societies, 9(1) pp. 117–138.

Emsley, Clive (1999). A typology of nineteenth-century police. Crime, History and Societies, 3(1) pp. 29–44.

King, Peter (2009). Making crime news: newspapers, violent crime and the selective reporting of Old Bailey trials in the late eighteenth century. Crime, History and Societies, 13(1) pp. 91–116.

Morris, Robert. M (2001). "Lies, damned lies and criminal statistics": Reinterpreting the Criminal statistics of England and Wales. Crime, History and Societies, 5(1) pp. 111–127.

Whitfield, James (2003). The Metropolitan Police: alienation, culture, and relations with London's Caribbean community 1950-1970. Crime, History and Societies, 7(2) pp. 23–39.

Williams, Chris (2000). Counting crimes or counting people: some implications of mid-nineteenth century British police returns. Crime, History and Societies, 4(2) pp. 77–93.

Wood, J. Carter (2003). Self-policing and the policing of the self: Violence, protection and the civilizing bargain in Britain. Crime, History and Societies, 7(1) pp. 109–128.

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