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1. Regulation and criminal justice: exploring the connections and disconnections Graham Smith, Toby Seddon and Hannah Quirk; Part I. Regulation and Criminal Justice: Framing the Debate: 2. Regulation and its relationship with the criminal justice process Anthony Ogus; 3. Reconciling the apparently different goals of criminal justice and regulation: the 'freedom' perspective Andrew Sanders; 4. On the interface of criminal justice and regulation Peter Grabosky; Part II. Criminal Justice as Regulation: Responsivity, Alternatives and Expansion: 5. Nodal governance and the Zwelethemba model Clifford Shearing and Jan Froestad; 6. Regulatory compliance: organisational capacities and regulatory strategies for environmental protection Gary Lynch-Wood and David Williamson; 7. An intoxicated politics of regulation David Whyte; 8. Governing by civil order: towards new frameworks of support, coercion and sanction? John Flint and Caroline Hunter; 9. Counter-terrorism and community relations: anticipatory risk, regulation and justice Gabriel Mythen and Palash Kamruzzaman; Part III. Regulation of Criminal Justice: Monitoring, Effectiveness and Accountability: 10. The regulation of criminal justice - inspectorates, ombudsmen and inquiries Anne Owers; 11. Rethinking prison inspection: regulating institutions of confinement Toby Seddon; 12. Regulating democracy: justice, citizenship and inequality in Brazil Barbara Hudson.
Hannah Quirk is a Lecturer in Criminal Law and Justice at the University of Manchester, where her research interests include the right of silence and wrongful convictions. She worked previously for the Legal Services Commission and the Criminal Cases Review Commission. She has written about disclosure of unused material in criminal trials, miscarriages of justice and the Royal Prerogative of Mercy. Toby Seddon is Senior Research Fellow in Regulation in the School of Law, University of Manchester, and Director of the Regulation, Security and Justice Research Centre. Graham Smith is a Lecturer in Regulation in the School of Law, University of Manchester, and Deputy Director of the Regulation, Security and Justice Research Centre.