Items where SHU Author is "Grace, Jamie"

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POOLMAN, Sarah, WILSHAW, Richard and GRACE, Jamie (2019). Human rights in policing - the past, present and future. The Political Quarterly.

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GRACE, Jamie (2019). 'Algorithmic impropriety' in UK policing? Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice.

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DUGGAN, Marian and GRACE, Jamie (2018). Assessing vulnerabilities in the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme. Child and Family Law Quarterly 2018 (2).

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OSWALD, Marion, GRACE, Jamie, URWIN, Sheena and BARNES, Geoffrey (2018). Algorithmic risk assessment policing models: Lessons from the Durham Constabulary HART model. Information and Communications Technology Law, 27 (2), 223-250.

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GRACE, Jamie and OSWALD, Marion (2016). 'Being on our rader does not necessarily mean being under our microscope': the regulation and retention of police intelligence. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22 (1).

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OSWALD, Marion and GRACE, Jamie (2016). Intelligence, policing and the use of algorithmic analysis: a freedom of information-based study. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 1 (1).

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GRACE, Jamie (2019). The policy shift towards more intensive monitoring of domestic violence perpetrators. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 3 (1).

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GRACE, Jamie (2018). A critical approach to the Prevent Duty: Raising awareness of the issues from an academic perspective. [Teaching Resource] (Unpublished)

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GRACE, Jamie (2018). Countering extremism and recording dissent: intelligence analysis and the Prevent agenda in UK Higher Education. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice.

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GRACE, Jamie (2018). A balance of rights and protections in public order policing: A case study on Rotherham. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 24 (1).

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GRACE, Jamie (2017). Lessons on legislating for public protection information sharing: A case commentary on Christian Institute v Lord Advocate [2016] UKSC 51. Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice, 2 (1).

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GRACE, Jamie (2015). Clare's Law, or the national Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme : the contested legalities of criminality information sharing. The Journal of Criminal Law, 79 (1), 36-45.

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GRACE, Jamie (2015). Better information sharing, or 'share or be damned'? Journal of adult protection, 17 (5), 308-320.

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GRACE, Jamie (2015). The nature of spent convictions and the common law basis of the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme: limiting the effectiveness of Clare's Law? European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 21 (2).

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GRACE, Jamie (2014). Foreword to the 'Privacy and Surveillance Conference Special Issue' of the Birkbeck Law Review. Birkbeck Law Review, 2 (2), v-x.

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GRACE, Jamie (2014). The surveillance of 'risky subjects': adiaphorisation through criminal records, and contested narratives of stigma. Birkbeck Law Review, 2 (2), 279-292.

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GRACE, Jamie (2014). Disclosing domestic violence : Jamie Grace critically assesses the national roll out of the domestic violence disclosure scheme. Criminal Justice Matters, 97 (1), 18-19.

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GRACE, Jamie (2014). Old convictions never die, they just fade away : the permanency of convictions and cautions for criminal offences in the UK. The Journal of Criminal Law, 78 (2), 121-135.

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GRACE, Jamie (2014). The Information Governance Review and the new legal framework for informatics. British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20 (1), 40-44.

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