ISSN 2045-9238

Law, Crime & History


Law, Crime and History Volume 4 Issue 3 (2014)



Colin R. Moore and Gerry R. Rubin,  Civilian Detective Doctrine in the 1930s and its Transmission to the Military Police in 1940-42, 1-30

David E. Ruth,‘Our Free Society is Worthy of Better’: Caryl Chessman, Capital Punishment,
and Cold War Culture, 31-55

Robert S. Shiels, The Structure of Authority and the Prosecution of Crime in the Sheriff Courts of Mid-Victorian Scotland, 56-73

Debate Forum

Ian Marsh,Conceptualising Media Representations of Crime and Justice within Historical and Contemporary Criminology, 74-83


Book Reviews

David Beckingham,Alcohol and Moral Regulation: Public Attitudes, Spirited Measures and Victorian Hangovers, 84-86

John Walliss,Crime in England, 1688-1815 and Crime in England, 1880-1945: The rough and the criminal, the police and the incarcerated, 87-89

John Walliss, Capital Punishment in Twentieth-Century Britain: Audience, Justice, Memory, 90-92

Judith Rowbotham,City of Gangs. Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster, 93-96


Conference Reports

Cerian Charlotte Griffiths, British Crime Historians Symposium 2014, 97-100



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