Clarendon Studies in Criminology aims to provide a forum for outstanding empirical and theoretical work in all aspects of criminology and criminal justice, broadly understood. The Editors welcome submissions from established scholars, as well as excellent PhD work. The Series was inaugurated in 1994, with Roger Hood at its first General Editor, following discussions between Oxford University Press and three criminology centres. It is edited under the auspices of these three criminological centres: the Cambridge Institute of Criminology, the Mannheim Centre for Criminology at the London School of Economics, and the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford. Each supplies members of the Editorial Board and, in turn, the Series Editor.
General Editors: Mary Bosworth and Carolyn Hoyle, University of Oxford and Editors: Alison Liebling, Paolo Campana, Loraine Gelsthorpe, and Kyle Treiber, University of Cambridge, Tim Newburn, Jill Peay, Coretta Phillips, Peter Ramsay, and Robert Reiner, London School of Economics, Ian Loader and Lucia Zedner, University of Oxford