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A fair hearing? The use of voice identification parades in criminal investigations in England and Wales
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2017-01)
This article reviews the current state of the law in relation to using voice identification parades to test the evidence of a witness who purports to recognise a witness by voice alone. Such procedures exist but are not ...
Young Offenders' Right to Integration post Human Rights Act 1998: Work as punishment, rehabilitation and enabler
(Jura Gentium - Centre for Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics, 2017-07-17)
A combination of international children's rights instruments and regional human rights protection framework has ensured the protection of children in custody. Whilst the United Kingdom has ratified the Convention on the ...
When Misconduct in Public Office is Really a Sexual Offence
Abstract Misconduct in Public Office (MiPO) covers a wide and varied range of conduct. Beyond the defendant’s public office, there is no unifying conduct or result. A conviction for MiPO could represent putting pressure ...
The South African Constitutional Court: Upholding the Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers
(Cambridge University Press, 2017-05-30)
Planning Ahead? An Exploratory Study of South Korean Investigators Beliefs About Their Planning for Investigative Interviews of Suspects
Preparation and planning has been argued to be vitally important as to how effectively investigators undertake their interviews with suspects. Yet, it has also been found in previous research that investigators admit ...
Qualitative analysis of qualitative evaluation: an exploratory examination of investigative interviewers' reflections on their performance
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-10-12)
Self-evaluation of interviews conducted by law enforcement professionals is a principal feature of a prescribed interview framework in England and Wales, underpinning their practice development. However, self-evaluation ...
Derivative Actions in Nigeria: A Case for Reform
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2017)
This article analyses derivative actions in Nigeria. It examines the strengths and weaknesses of the derivative action regime drawing comparisons from other common law jurisdictions. It argues that the current regime in ...
The Evolving Role of Sub-National Actors in International Economic Relations: Lessons from the Canada-European Union CETA
(Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, 2017-07-07)
Using the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) as a case study, this paper identifies and analyses evidence of shifting forms of cooperation observable in the design and negotiation of ...
Evaluating interviews which search for the truth with suspects: but are investigators’ self-assessments of their own skills truthful ones?
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-03-09)
Self-evaluation of one’s own performance has been found in prior research to be an enabler of professional development. The task of evaluation is also a core component of a model of the investigative interviewing of victims, ...
Liberalism and Race Equality in Higher Education: The Shift from the Mandatory to the Persuasive
This paper examines a twenty year period to explore the salience of race equality in higher education in the UK. While research evidence accumulates to demonstrate that staff and students from minority ethnic groups continue ...