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Dr Joe Whittle

School of Justice Studies

Faculty of Arts Professional and Social Studies

I am a sessional lecturer teaching postgraduates as part of the on-line distance learning delivered in partnership with Knect365.

Journal article

Whittle J. 2022. Snakehead: the extent to which Chinese organised crime groups are involved in human smuggling from China to the UK Trends in Organized Crime, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Whittle J, Antonopoulos GA. 2020. How Eritreans plan, fund and manage irregular migration, and the extent of involvement of ‘organised crime’ Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 22 :173-190 DOI Publisher Url

Silverstone DM, Whittle J. 2016. ‘Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown’: The policing of Chinese organised crime in the UK Police Journal, 89 :70-84 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Whittle J. 2014. The Rise of the Special Constabulary: Are Forces Getting Value for Money from Their Voluntary Officers? An Empirical Study in Avon and Somerset Police The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, 87 :29-39 DOI Publisher Url


Whittle J, Antonopoulos G. 2020. Assessing the operation of irregular migration from Eritrea and the smuggling / criminality nexus Siegel D, van Duyne P, Antonopoulos G, Harvey J, von Lampe K. Criminal Defiance in Europe and Beyond From Organised Crime to Crime-terror Nexus Eleven International Publishing. The Hague 9789059317185

Whittle J, Silverstone D, Chung A. 2019. The 'Red/Black Nexus' Organised Crime and Politics in China Gilmour S, Allum F. Handbook of Organised Crime and Politics Edward Elgar Publishing 9781786434579

Whittle J. 2017. Increasing value for money through reducing premature wastage in the Special Constabulary Bullock K, Millie A. The Special Constabulary Historical Context, International Comparisons and Contemporary Themes Taylor & Francis 9781315441030