Summer is officially here, and we at CrimSL are celebrating by sharing this summer’s CrimSL Reading List. Take a look at what we are reading this summer, featuring recently published works by a few members of the CrimSL community.
by various contributors. Edited by Alex Luscombe, Kevin Walby, and Derek Silva
This volume evaluates issues of privatization and influences in the Canadian criminal justice system across the 21st century, including but not limited to critical questions about legitimacy, policy diffusion, racism, inequality, corruption, and democracy within the contexts of policing, sentencing, imprisonment, border control, and national security in the Canadian context.
Contributors include co-editor and CrimSL PhD candidate Alex Luscombe, PhD students Jamie Duncan and Jona Zyfi, and CrimSL Director, Professor Audrey Macklin.
Published by UBC Press.
by Mariana Valverde
Infrastructure gives an overview and assessment of infrastructure’s governance tools, including financial, legal, and cultural underpinnings. This book will help citizens, public servants, students, and other practitioners inquire about infrastructure projects in their own communities.
Published by Routledge.
by Matthew Light, Anne-Marie Singh, and Josh Gold
This article looks at the case of Estonia and how its external security environment shapes and influences private security amidst a challenging political landscape. This study also identifies key features of private security in the Western world.
Published on Theoretical Criminology.
by Serdar San
This piece seeks to explain the possible motives of democratic law enforcement institutions in executing Interpol Red Notice requests by authoritarian regimes. Examining numerous cases in Turkey and Russia, the author also explores various factors that foster policing cooperation between states.
Published on Theoretical Criminology
Happy reading! We at the Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies wish you a warm and safe summer.