Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 11 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: The impact of COVID-19 on crime, policing, and prisons

Guest Editors: Katie Dhingra

Devastation and innovation: examining prison education during a national pandemic

Alexandria Bradley, Bill Davies

This paper aims to highlight the impact that Covid-19 has had on the quality of education in prisons. This study considers the restrictive approaches taken by Her Majesty’s Prison…


COVID-19 and domestic violence: impact on mental health

Parveen Ali, Michaela Rogers, Susan Heward-Belle

This paper aims to explore the mental health impact of domestic violence and abuse within the context of the global pandemic. This paper will explore factors contributing to…


New York City: COVID-19 quarantine and crime

Michelle Marie Esposito, Anna King

In early 2020, the world faced a rapid life-changing pandemic in the form of the Coronavirus Disease of 2019 (COVID-19) crisis. Citywide lockdowns with stay-at-home orders and…


Re-territorialising the policing of cybercrime in the post-COVID-19 era: towards a new vision of local democratic cyber policing

Shane Horgan, Ben Collier, Richard Jones, Lynsay Shepherd

The purpose of this study is to develop the theorisation of cybercrime in the context of the pandemic, and to sketch out a vision of how law enforcement might respond to a…


Considering the impact of COVID-19 on suicide risk among individuals in prison and during reentry

Sean M. Mitchell, Nikki L. La Rosa, Julianne Cary, Sarah Sparks

This paper mains to bring attention to the potential impact COVID-19 could have on suicide risk among individuals who are incarcerated and those reentering the community after…

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