Will McMahon

Will McMahon was Deputy Director at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies until August 2018. Will has a social policy and parliamentary background, having previously worked at the Child Poverty Action Group, the National Children's Bureau and as a parliamentary researcher.

Will's interests include underclass theories, attachment theory, social harm, prevention and political economy.


Articles by Will

Successful plan for Holloway requires 'deeds, not words' (December 1, 2016) 
How should the land at Holloway prison be developed? (November 11, 2016)
Joint Enterprise and the wheels of justice (September 2, 2016) 
Will MPs follow the public mood and decriminalise drugs? (July 7, 2016)
Last week was a bad week for pollution (June 13, 2016)
The Lammy review: getting upstream of the problem (May 27, 2016)
Joint Enterprise: down payment of £3,000 needed for freedom? (May 4, 2016)
Joint Enterprise: a double tragedy (January 25, 2016)
Discussing alternatives to criminal justice (October 20, 2015)
Black lives matter (September 29, 2015)
How accountable is Britain? (May 11, 2015)
How corrupt is Britain? (March 27, 2015)
Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty (February 3, 2015)
What would you build in the place of criminal justice? (October 27, 2014)
Justice matters for young black men (September 15, 2014)
Moving beyond the criminal justice reflex (March 31, 2014)
Cycling deaths...If you have a knee it's time to jerk it (November 19, 2013)
McMahon, W. and Roberts, R. (2011) Truth and lies about ‘race’ and crime Criminal Justice Matters, Vol 83, No.1
McMahon, W. and Roberts, R. (2011) Where’s the harm in it? Criminal Justice Matters, Vol 71, No. 1
Roberts, R. and McMahon, W. (2008) Ethnicity, harm and crime, London: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
Roberts, R. and McMahon, W. (2008) What is crime? Criminal Justice Matters, Vol 74, No.1
Roberts, R. and McMahon, W. (2007) Social justice and criminal justice
Bowlby's contribution for an ASBO age
The politics of antisocial behaviour (April 1, 2006)
Punishment and rehabilitation (August 1, 2005)

 

 

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