Vol.5. Selected papers from the 2002 British Criminology Conference, Keele.

Volume Editor: Roger Tarling August 2003.

Editor’s Note

This volume brings together a selection of papers presented at the British Society of Criminology conference held in Keele in July 2002.

Any presenter at the conference could submit his or her paper for consideration for publication. An Editorial Board was convened, comprising members of the Local Steering Committee for the conference at the University of Leicester and the Executive Committee of the British Society of Criminology. The papers submitted were subject to full peer review procedures. Each was assessed by independent reviewers, a member of the Editorial Board and the Editor of this volume.

Roger Tarling, University of Surrey

A Review of the Corrective Work Order in SingaporeWing-Cheong Chan

Oakeshott, Authority and Civil DisobedienceSteven Gerencser

The Thin Blurred Line: Reality Television and PolicingPaul Mason

Travelling in Cyberspace on a False Passport: Controlling Transnational Identity-related CrimeRussell G. Smith

‘Behind the Line of Truncheons’: Crimes of the Powerful and the Policing of Valid KnowledgeDave Whyte

Editorial Advisory Board for this Volume

Keith Bottomley, University of Hull
Ben Bowling, Kings College, University of London
Maureen Cain, University of Birmingham
Loraine Gelsthorpe, University of Cambridge
Tim Hope, University of Keele
Anthea Hucklesby, University of Leeds
Susanne Karstedt, University of Keele
Catriona Mirlees-Black, Home Office
Richard Sparks, University of Keele
David Wall, University of Leeds
Brian Williams, De Montford University
Emma Wincup, University of Kent
Anne Worrall, University of Keele