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  • The Value of Your Academic Library

    Do you realize the value of your Academic Library? We have produced an infographic you can download here and put up in your university to remind students and staff alike of the value the library can bring!

  • Explore New Ways of Teaching in the Digital Age

    How can we use technology in education? A Routledge FreeBook investigates technology enhanced learning, to assist you in your teaching.

  • Call for Book Chapters: Black Women and the Carceral State

    Opportunity to contribute to a new global book project on:

    Black Women and the Carceral State: “Tell Them We Are Not Monsters” Editors: Erin Corbett, Ed.D. & Katherine Wheatle, Ph.D.

    Abstract and CV submissions due: Friday, August 2, 2019

  • Author Q&A with Victor Bailey

    Victor Bailey is the author of , The Rise and Fall of the Rehabilitative Ideal, 1895-1970. Spanning almost a century of penal policy and practice in England and Wales, this book is a study of the long arc of the rehabilitative ideal, beginning in 1895, the year of the Gladstone Committee on Prisons, and ending in 1970, when the policy of treating and training criminals was very much on the defensive.

    We caught up with Victor to discuss his latest title...

  • US National Crime Victims' Rights Week

    Between the 7th and 13th April 2019, we observe US National Crime Victims' Rights Week. This week encourages us to reflect upon the achievements currently made for crime victim services, and guides us to look forward to a stronger future. 

    Here at Routledge, we have put together a collection of titles at your perusal, plus opened up two chapters for you to download for free.

  • Q&A with Author Andrew T. H. Tan

    In conversation with Author Andrew T. H. Tan on his upcoming book 'Terrorism and Insurgency in Asia, A contemporary examination of terrorist and separatist movements, 1st Edition'.

  • World Day of Social Justice

    Wednesday 20th February 2019 is World Day of Social Justice.

    Here are some of our key titles exploring different perspectives on social justice from industry leading experts. There's also the opportunity to download two free chapters.

  • An Interview with Jerry Ratcliffe

    Jerry Ratcliffe is a professor and former British police officer who works with police agencies around the world on crime reduction and criminal intelligence projects. After an ice-climbing accident ended a decade-long career with London’s Metropolitan Police, he earned a first-class honors degree and a PhD from the University of Nottingham. He has published over 80 research articles and numerous books on policing and crime reduction, including (also with Routledge) Intelligence-Led Policing. He has been a research advisor to the FBI and the Philadelphia Police Commissioner.

    Read our exclusive interview with Jerry to find out more about his latest book Reducing Crime, and what makes it an important read for 21st century police leaders.

  • Call for Proposals - Queering Criminology and Criminal Justice

    Opportunity to contribute to a new global book series on: Queering Criminology and Criminal Justice

  • Author Q&A: Stephen Case

    Coinciding with the publication of his latest book, Youth Justice: A Critical Introduction, our Q&A with Routledge author Stephen Case explores youth justice, youth offending, youth crime, youth work and social policy.

  • Winner of the University at Albany Excellence in Education Award 2017

    Routledge is delighted to announce that James R. Acker, author of Questioning Capital Punishment: Law, Policy, and Practice, has been selected to receive the University at Albany Excellence in Education Award 2017.