Nbr. 84-5, October 2020
- A Comparative Analysis of Anglo-Dutch Approaches to ‘Cyber Policing’: Checks and Balances Fit for Purpose?
- Abuse of Process and the Modern Slavery Act 2015: R v DS  EWCA Crim 285
- Collaborative Justice and Harm Reduction in Cyberspace: Policing Indecent Child Images
- Consecutive or Concurrent? Appropriate Sentencing for Multiple Counts: R v Brown  EWCA Crim 1095
- Deprivation of Liberty and the Carltona Principle: R v Adams  UKSC 19
- DNA, Secondary Transfer and Sufficiency of Evidence: R v Jones  EWCA Crim 1021 R v Killick (Shane)  EWCA Crim 785
- New Wine in Old Bottles: Alternative Narratives of Cybercrime and Criminal Justice?
- Police Functional Adaptation to the Digital or Post Digital Age: Discussions with Cybercrime Experts
- Shining a Light on Policing of the Dark Web: An Analysis of UK Investigatory Powers
- The meaning of ‘reasonable belief in consent’ under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the admissibility of bad character evidence under the Criminal Justice Act 2003: R v Hepburn  EWCA Crim 820