Publications

  • Chapters in books

    • 2010, “An Exploration of Police Use of Firearms in Australia” in J. Kuhns and J. Knutsson, Police Use of Force: A Global perspective (Global Crime and Justice series) Santa Barbara (CA): Praeger Publishers, pp.141-151
    • 2010, “Interview with Commissioner Mal Hyde:  South Australia’s Long-serving and Reformist Police Commissioner”. In D. Das & O. Marenin, International Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders from across the World, Taylor & Francis, chapter 1
    • 2010, (forthcoming) “Tonga: Crime and Punishment”, Crime and Punishment around the World, Vol.3, General editor, Graeme Newman, Greenwood Publishing
    • 2009, “’Bloody Sunday’ in review: an analysis of the confused policing of the 1919 Fremantle waterfront”, in Bobbie Oliver (ed)  Labour History in the New Century, Black Swan Press, Perth WA Australia, pp. 51-62
    • 2008, ‘The “new” policing of industrial discord’. In G Michelson, S Jamieson and J Burgess (eds.), New Employment Actors: Development from Australia. Bern: Pete Lang AG. pp. 67-87

    Peer-refereed journal articles

    • 2010, (forthcoming) With Hyde, M. (Commissioner of South Australian Police), “The Service Model of Policing: Police have customers too” in Police, Practice & Research
    • 2010, “‘Switch off Hazelwood’: Policing, Protest and a ‘Polluting Dinosaur’” Current Issues in Criminal Justice, July
    • 2009, “Police Confirmation of Use of Force in Australia: ‘To be or not to be?’ Crime, Law and Social Change. Special edition, “Police Talk about the Use of Force: A Comparative International Perspective.” DOI 10.1007/s10611-008-9180-y
    • 2009, Waddington, P. Birbeck, C., Baker, D. et al “Researching the Use of Force: The Background to the International Project”, Crime, Law and Social Change. Special edition, “Police Talk about the Use of Force: A Comparative International Perspective.” DOI 10.1007/s10611-008-9177-6
    • 2009, Waddington, P. Birbeck, C., Baker, D. et al, “Singing the Same Tune? International continuities and discontinuities in how police talk about using force”, Crime, Law and Social Change. Special edition, “Police Talk about the Use of Force: A Comparative International Perspective.” DOI 10.1007/s10611-008-9176-7
    • 2008, “Paradoxes of Policing and Protest”, Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism. Vol.3, no. 2, pp. 8-22
    • 2008, “A Tale of Two Towns: Industrial Pickets, Police Practices and Judiciary” Labour History, no.95, pp.151-168
    • 2008, “Policing the ‘Bastard Boys’: Reality and Significance of the Police-Union “Accord” during the National Waterfront Dispute” Flinders Journal of Law Reform, vol.10, no.3, pp.357-372
    • 2007, “Policing Industrial Conflict in Rural and Regional Settings: Local and ‘Outside’   Approaches” International Journal of Rural Crime, vol.1, pp.79-92
    • 2007, “From Batons to Negotiated Management: The Transformation of Policing Industrial Disputes in Australia” Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, Oxford University Press, vol.1, no.4, pp.390-402
    • 2007, “Policing, Politics and Civil Rights: Analysis of the Policing of Protest against the 1999 Chinese President’s Visit to New Zealand” Police Practice and Research: an International Journal, vol.8, no.3, pp.219-238   

    Expert media commentary

    • Proposed workplace relations ramifications for policing of industrial strikes (SBS News Radio)
    • Police unionism controversies (various occasions),
    • “The Police Firearms Debate” ( 774 radio),
    • “Police Association Board turmoil” ( ABC TV Stateline);
    • “The State Budget and Police” (94.7 FM, Geelong radio).
    • Newspaper opinion pieces about the policing of industrial disputation and dissent in general, the role of the AFP and police leadership