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Kerry Clamp

Assistant Professor of Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Dr Kerry Clamp joined the School of Sociology and Social Policy in 2017 as an Assistant Professor in Criminology. She received her BA (Criminology/Psychology) and Honours (Criminology) degrees from the University of South Africa, her MA (in International Criminology) from the University of Sheffield and her PhD from the University of Leeds. Kerry has held academic posts at Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Western Sydney.

Kerry's ORCID ID is http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8854-3717

Recent Publications

  • CLAMP, KERRY and PATERSON, CRAIG, 2017. Restorative Policing: Concepts, Theory and Practice Routledge.
  • CLAMP, KERRY, ed., 2016. Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings Routledge.
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2016. Towards a transformative vision of restorative justice as a response to mass victimisation. In: CLAMP, KERRY, ed., Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings Routledge. 226
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2016. Clearing the conceptual haze: restorative justice concepts in transitional settings. In: CLAMP, KERRY, ed., Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2016. Restorative justice as a contested response to conflict and the challenge of the transitional context. In: CLAMP, KERRY, ed., Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings Routledge.
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2015. Restorative Justice in Ireland. In: DÜNKEL, FRIEDER, GRZYWA-HOLTEN, JOANNA and HORSFIELD, PHILIP, eds., Restorative Justice and Mediation in Penal Matters in Europe: A Stock-taking of Legal Issues, Implementation Strategies and Outcomes in 36 European Countries Forum Verlag Godesberg. 1100
  • STOUT, BRIAN and CLAMP, KERRY, 2015. Applied Criminology and Criminal Justice. In: JAMES D. WRIGHT, ed., International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioural Sciences Elsevier. 23185
  • NORMORE, ANTHONY, ELLIS, BRIAN, CLAMP, KERRY and PATERSON, CRAIG, 2015. Cross-Cultural Collaboration for Community-Oriented Policing and Restorative Justice. In: A. NORMORE and N. ERBE, eds., Cross-cultural collaboration and leadership in modern organizations IGI Global. 388
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2014. Restorative Justice in Transition Routledge.
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2014. A “Local” Response to Community Problems?: A Critique of Community Justice Panels British Journal of Community Justice. 12(2), 21-34
  • PATERSON, CRAIG and CLAMP, KERRY, 2014. Innovating Responses to Risk: Exploring the potential of a victim-focused policing strategy Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. 8(1), 51-58
  • CLAMP, KERRY and PATERSON, CRAIG, 2013. An Exploration of the Role of Leadership in Restorative Policing in England and Wales’. In: A. NORMORE and N. ERBE, eds., Collective Efficacy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Leadership Emerald. 293 - 307
  • O’MAHONY, DAVID, DOAK, JONATHAN and CLAMP, KERRY, 2012. Restorative Justice and Transitional Justice in Post- Conflict Societies: Youth Justice Reforms in Northern Ireland and South Africa Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly. 63(2), 267-288
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2012. The Influence of Legal Culture, Local History and Context on Restorative Justice Adoption and Integration: The Czech Experience Nottingham Law Journal. 21, 107-120
  • CLAMP, KERRY and DOAK, JONATHAN, 2012. More than Words: Restorative Justice Concepts in Transitional Justice Settings International Criminal Law Review. 12(3), 339-360
  • PATERSON, CRAIG and CLAMP, KERRY, 2012. Exploring Recent Developments in Restorative Policing in England and Wales Criminology & Criminal Justice. 12(5), 593-611
  • CLAMP, KERRY and PATERSON, CRAIG, 2011. Rebalancing Criminal Justice: Potentials and Pitfalls for Community Neighbourhood Panels British Journal of Community Justice. 9(2), 21-35
  • CLAMP, KERRY, 2008. Assessing Alternative Forms of Localised Justice in Post-Conflict Societies – Youth Justice in Northern Ireland and South Africa’. In: D. FRENKEL and C. GERNER-BEUERLE,, eds., Selected Essays on Current Legal Issues ATINER. 231-246

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