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Adams, Jan and Millie, Andrew (2021). Everyday moral judgements of anti-social behaviour. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 23 pp. 56–68.

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Bromley, Rosemary; Thomas, Colin and Millie, Andrew (2000). Exploring safety concerns in the night-time city: revitalising the evening economy. Town Planning Review, 71(1) pp. 71–96.

Bromley, Rosemary D.F.; Thomas, Colin J.; Millie, Andrew and Nelson, Amanda (1994). Shopper Security and the City Centre Shopping Environment: The Cases of Swansea and Cardiff. University of Wales, Swansea, Wales.

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Curran, Kathryn; Dale, Michael; Edmunds, Mark; Hough, Mike; Millie, Andrew and Wagstaff, Melissa (2005). Street Crime in London: Deterrence, Disruption and Displacement. Government Office for London, London, UK.

Curran, Kathryn and Millie, Andrew (2003). Rape and Indecent Assault: Incidence and Service Provision in Southwark. Safer Southwark Partnership, London, UK.

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Dickinson, Sharon; Millie, Andrew and Peters, Eleanor (2022). Street Skateboarding and the Aesthetic Order of Public Spaces. The British Journal of Criminology, 62(6) pp. 1454–1469.

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Herrington, Victoria and Millie, Andrew (2007). Reassurance en de nieuwe gemeenschapsgerichte politiezorg. In: Ponsaers, Paul and Gunther Moor, Lodewijk eds. Reassurance policing: Concepten en receptie. Cahiers politiestudies (3). Brussels, BE: Politeia, pp. 11–47.

Herrington, Victoria and Millie, Andrew (2006). Applying Reassurance Policing: Is it “Business as Usual”? Policing and Society, 16(2) pp. 146–163.

Hearnden, Ian; Millie, Andrew; Hamilton-Smith, Niall and Willis, Jane (2004). Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. In: Hamilton-Smith, Niall ed. The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. Home Office Research Study (287). London: The Home Office, pp. 53–77.

Hearnden, Ian and Millie, Andrew (2004). Does Tougher Enforcement Lead to Lower Reconviction? Probation Journal, 51(1) pp. 48–58.

Hough, Mike; Jacobson, Jessica and Millie, Andrew (2003). The decision to imprison: Key findings. Prison Reform Trust, London, UK.

Hough, Mike; Jacobson, Jessica and Millie, Andrew (2003). The Decision to Imprison: Sentencing and the Prison Population. London, UK: Prison Reform Trust.

Hough, Mike; Jacobson, Jessica and Millie, Andrew (2003). The decision to imprison. Magistrate, 59(7) pp. 200–201.

Hearnden, Ian and Millie, Andrew (2003). Investigating Links Between Probation Enforcement and Reconviction. Home Office Online Report 41/03; Home Office, London.

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Jacobson, Jessica; Millie, Andrew and Hough, Mike (2008). Why tackle anti-social behaviour? In: Squires, Peter ed. ASBO Nation: The Criminalisation of Nuisance. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 45–64.

Jacobson, Jessica; Millie, Andrew and Hough, Mike (2005). Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour: A Critical Review. Institute for Criminal Policy Research, King's College London, London, UK.

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Millie, Andrew (2024). Christian Hope and Criminal Justice. In: Babie, P. T. and Sarre, Rick eds. Religion Matters: Volume 2: Further Explorations of Connectedness. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore (In Press), pp. 107–117.

Millie, Andrew (2024). Foreword. In: Martin, Denise and Tong, Stephen eds. Introduction to Policing Research: Taking Lessons from Practice. Second Edition. Oxon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, xxi-xxiii.

Millie, Andrew; Ralph, Liam; Rowe, Michael and Jones, Matthew (2023). Police station meaning, closure and (in)visibility. Policing and Society (early access).

Millie, Andrew and Hirschler, Steven (2023). Police recruits, moral judgements and an empathetic policing. Criminology & Criminal Justice (early access).

Millie, Andrew (2021). Introduction: Public Criminology Meets Public Theology. In: Millie, Andrew ed. Criminology and Public Theology: On Hope, Mercy and Restoration. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, pp. 1–18.

Millie, Andrew ed. (2020). Criminology and Public Theology: On Hope, Mercy and Restoration. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press.

Millie, Andrew and Wells, Helen (2019). Introduction: Contemporary policing and non-warranted volunteering. Policing and Society, 29(4) pp. 371–375.

Millie, Andrew and Hirschler, Steven (2018). New Recruits in the Police: Summary. Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, UK.

Millie, Andrew (2018). The beliefs and values of police volunteers. In: Bullock, Karen and Millie, Andrew eds. The Special Constabulary: Historical Context, International Comparisons and Contemporary Themes. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice. Routledge, pp. 105–117.

Millie, Andrew (2016). Philosophical Criminology. New Horizons in Criminology. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Millie, Andrew (2016). Research on volunteering within the police. College of Policing, County Durham, UK.

Millie, Andrew (2014). Reassurance Policing and Signal Crimes. In: Bruinsma, Gerben and Weisburd, David eds. Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York, NY, USA: Springer, pp. 4327–4335.

Millie, Andrew (2014). The aesthetics of anti-social behaviour. In: Pickard, Sarah ed. Anti-Social Behaviour in Britain: Victorian and Contemporary Perspectives. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102–111.

Millie, Andrew (2014). The case for a narrower focus to policing. Public Safety Leadership Research Focus, 2(4) pp. 1–4.

Millie, Andrew (2014). What are the police for?: Re-thinking policing post-austerity. In: Brown, Jennifer M. ed. The Future of Policing. Routledge, pp. 52–63.

Millie, Andrew (2013). Replacing the ASBO: An opportunity to stem the flow into the Criminal Justice System. In: Dockley, Anita and Loader, Ian eds. The Penal Landscape: The Howard League Guide to Criminal Justice in England and Wales. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 64–88.

Millie, Andrew and Bullock, Karen (2013). Policing in a time of contraction and constraint: Re-imagining the role and function of contemporary policing. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 13(2) pp. 133–142.

Millie, Andrew (2013). The policing task and the expansion (and contraction) of British policing. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 13(2) pp. 143–160.

Millie, Andrew (2012). Police Stations, Architecture and Public Reassurance. British Journal of Criminology, 52(6) pp. 1092–1112.

Millie, Andrew and Bullock, Karen (2012). Re-imagining Policing Post-Austerity. British Academy Review(19) pp. 16–18.

Moore, Stephen and Millie, Andrew (2011). Community safety politics and policy in Europe. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 13 pp. 229–231.

Millie, Andrew and Moore, Stephen (2011). Crime, anti-social behaviour and education: A critical review. In: Hayden, Carol and Martin, Denise eds. Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17–34.

Millie, Andrew (2011). Value judgments and criminalization. British Journal of Criminology, 51(2) pp. 278–295.

Millie, Andrew (2010). Whatever Happened to Reassurance Policing? Policing, 4(3) pp. 225–232.

Mackenzie, Simon; Bannister, Jon; Flint, John; Parr, Sadie; Millie, Andrew and Fleetwood, Jennifer (2010). The Drivers of Perceptions of Anti-Social Behaviour. Home Office Research Report 34; The Home Office.

Millie, Andrew (2009). Anti-social Behaviour. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Millie, Andrew (2009). Interview with Ken Moroney, Commissioner of New South Wales Police, Australia. In: Das, Dilip K. and Marenin, Otwin eds. Trends in Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe, Volume Two. Boca Raton, Florida, USA: CRC Press, pp. 1–21.

Millie, Andrew (2008). Anti-social behaviour in British cities. Geography Compass, 2(5) pp. 1681–1696.

Millie, Andrew (2008). Crime as an issue during the 2005 UK general election. Crime, Media, Culture, 4(1) pp. 101–111.

Millie, Andrew and Das, Dilip (2008). Education and training in four countries: Getting rule of law messages across. In: Aromaa, Kauko and Redo, Slawomir eds. For the Rule of Law: Criminal Justice Teaching and Training @cross the World. Report Series (53). Helsinki, Fin.: HEUNI (The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations), pp. 184–202.

Millie, Andrew (2007). Tackling anti-social behaviour and regenerating neighbourhoods. In: Atkinson, Roland and Helms, Gesa eds. Securing an urban renaissance: Crime, community, and British urban policy. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 107–124.

Millie, Andrew (2007). Looking for anti-social behaviour. Policy and Politics, 35(4) pp. 611–627.

Millie, Andrew and Erol, Rosie (2006). Rehabilitation and resettlement: A study of prolific offender case management in Birmingham, United Kingdom. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 50(6) pp. 691–710.

Millie, Andrew; Hough, Mike and Jacobson, Jessica (2005). Finding a balance for tackling anti-social behaviour. The Criminal Lawyer, 154 pp. 3–5.

Millie, Andrew; Jacobson, Jessica; McDonald, Eraina and Hough, Mike (2005). Anti-Social Behaviour Strategies: Finding a Balance. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Millie, Andrew; Jacobson, Jessica; McDonald, Eraina and Hough, Mike (2005). Anti-social behaviour strategies: finding a balance (summary). In JRF Findings Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Millie, Andrew (2005). Reducing burglary by crackdown and consolidation. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 28(1) pp. 174–188.

Millie, Andrew and Herrington, Victoria (2005). Bridging the Gap: Understanding Reassurance Policing. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 44(1) pp. 41–56.

Millie, Andrew (2005). Understanding the growth in the prison population in England and Wales. In: Emsley, Clive ed. The Persistent Prison: Problems, Images and Alternatives. London, UK: Francis Boutle, pp. 91–112.

Millie, Andrew; Hearnden, Ian and Hamilton-Smith, Niall (2004). From paper to action: Setting up local burglary reduction projects. In: Hamilton-Smith, Niall ed. The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. Home Office Research Study (287). London: The Home Office, pp. 39–51.

Millie, Andrew and Herrington, Victoria (2004). Reassurance policing in practice: Views from the shop floor. Papers from the 2004 British Criminology Conference, 7

Millie, Andrew and Jacobson, Jessica (2004). Sentencer confidence in probation: A good job in difficult circumstances? Vista: Perspectives on Probation, Criminal Justice & Civil Renewal, 9(2) pp. 112–117.

Millie, Andrew (2003). [Book Review] Rob I. Mawby Burglary. Portland, OR: Willan Publishing, 2001. International Criminal Justice Review, 13(1) pp. 222–223.

Millie, Andrew; Jacobson, Jessica and Hough, Mike (2003). Understanding the growth in the prison population in England and Wales. Criminal Justice, 3(4) pp. 369–387.

Millie, Andrew; Mallender, Jacque and Kingsnorth, Rebecca (2003). Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary: Yew Tree, Sandwell. In Supplement 3 to Findings 204 The Home Office, London, UK.

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Ralph, Liam; Rowe, Michael; Millie, Andrew and Jones, Matthew (2024). Researching Visible Policing. In: Martin, Denise and Tong, Stephen eds. Introduction to Policing Research: Taking Lessons from Practice, Second Edition. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 273–286.

Rowe, Michael; Ralph, Liam; Millie, Andrew and Jones, Matthew (2022). The Abstract Police and Occupational Culture. In: Terpstra, Jan; Salet, Renze and Fyfe, Nicholas R eds. The Abstract Police: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Change in Police Organisations. The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 15–34.

Rowe, Michael; Millie, Andrew; Jones, Matthew and Ralph, Liam (2022). Visible Policing. Newcastle, UK: The Visible Policing Project.

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Thompson, Marianne; Hearnden, Ian; Millie, Andrew; Mallender, Jacque and Kingsnorth, Rebecca (2003). Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary: Stirchley, Birmingham. In Supplement 4 to Findings 204 The Home Office, London.

Thompson, Marianne; Hearnden, Ian; Millie, Andrew; Mallender, Jacque and Kingsnorth, Rebecca Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary: Fordbridge, Solihull. In Supplement 2 to Findings 204 The Home Office, London, UK.

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