This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are recommended for students interested in exploring the topics of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module.
- Beckett, Lois (2018). ‘How Often are US Mass Shootings Carried out by Female Attackers’. The Guardian, 4 April 2018.
- Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (2016). Note on the contribution of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to the 2016 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development on “Ensuring that no one is left behind”. Vienna: CCPCJ.
- Duquet, Nils and Maarten Van Alstein (2015). Firearms and Violent Deaths in Europe: An Exploratory Analysis of the Linkages Between Gun Ownership, Firearms Legislation and Violent Death, Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute.
- Gramizzi, Claudio (2014). Tackling Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) and Ammunition in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa. Final Working Paper for Africa-China-EU Expert Working Group on Conventional Arms, Kenya: Africa Peace Forum/China Arms Control and Disarmament Association/Saferworld.
- Holtom, Paul, Paul James and Connor Patmore (2018). From the IRA to ISIS: Exploring Terrorist Access to the UK’s Illicit Firearms Market. Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute.
- Lee III, Rensselaer (1994). ‘The Organized Crime Morass in the Former Soviet Union’. Demokratizatsyia, Vol. 2, Issue 3, 392-411.
- Makarios, Matthew and Travis Pratt (2008). ‘The Effectiveness of Policies and Programs That Attempt to Reduce Firearm Violence: A Meta-Analysis’. Crime and Delinquency, Vol. 58, Issue 2, 222-244.
- Maguire, Edward, William King, Matthew Matusiak and Bradley Campbell (2016). ‘Testing the Effects of People, Processes, and Technology on Ballistic Evidence Processing Productivity’. Police Quarterly, Vol. 0, Issue 0, 1-17.
- McGarrell, Edmund, Joshua Freilich and Steven Chermak (2007). ‘Intelligence-led Policing as a Framework for Responding to Terrorism’. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 23, Issue 2, 142-158.
- National Ballistics Intelligence Service (2017). Firearms-related Crime Scenes. Birmingham: NABIS/West Midlands Police.
- National Crime Agency (2017). Illegal Firearms. London: National Crime Agency.
- National Policing Improvement Agency (2009). Responding to Gun Crime: Strategic Briefing Paper. London: National Policing Improvement Agency.
- Schroeder, M. (2016). Dribs and Drabs: The Mechanics of Small arms Trafficking from the United States. Geneva: Small Arms Survey.
- Small Arms Survey (2014). Women and Guns. Geneva: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
- Spapens, Toine (2007) ‘Trafficking in Illicit Firearms for Criminal Purposes Within the European Union’. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Vol. 15, Issue 3, 359-381.
- Tavares, Cynthia, Geoffrey Thomas and Fethullah Bulut (2012). Statistics in Focus: Population and Social Conditions: Crime and Criminal Justice, 2006-2009. 2012.6. Brussels: European Union.
- United Nations (2017). Human cost of Arms Trafficking ‘Runs Deep’, Disarmament Chief Stresses as Security Council Debates Halting Illicit Trade on ‘Dark Web’. New York: United Nations.
- UNODC (2006). Access to Justice: The Courts. Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
- UNODC (2013). Global Study on Homicide 2013: Trends, Contexts, Data. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
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