Ian Cummins
TitleCited byYear
Boats against the current: vulnerable adults in police custody
ID Cummins
The Journal of Adult Protection 9 (1), 15-24, 2007
Poverty, inequality and social work: The impact of neo-liberalism and austerity politics on welfare provision
I Cummins
Policy Press, 2018
‘The other side of silence’: The role of the appropriate adult post-Bradley
I Cummins
Ethics and Social Welfare 5 (3), 306-312, 2011
A path not taken? Mentally disordered offenders and the criminal justice system
I Cummins
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 28 (3-4), 267-281, 2007
The impact of austerity on mental health service provision: A UK perspective
I Cummins
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (6), 1145, 2018
Policing and street triage
I Cummins, D Edmondson
The Journal of Adult Protection, 2016
Deinstitutionalisation; mental health services in the age of neo-liberalism
ID Cummins
Social policy and social work in transition 1 (2), 55-74, 2010
Policing and mental illness in England and Wales post Bradley
I Cummins
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 6 (4), 365-376, 2012
‘… And After the Break’: Police Officers’ Views of TV Crime Drama
I Cummins, M Foley, M King
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 8 (2), 205-211, 2014
Using Simon's Governing through crime to explore the development of mental health policy in England and Wales since 1983
I Cummins
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 34 (3), 325-337, 2012
A place of safety? Self‐harming behaviour in police custody
I Cummins
The journal of adult protection, 2008
Wacquant, urban marginality, territorial stigmatization and social work
I Cummins
Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work 28 (2), 75-83, 2016
Reading Wacquant: social work and advanced marginality
I Cummins
European Journal of Social Work 19 (2), 263-274, 2016
Mental health and custody: a follow on study
I Cummins
The Journal of Adult Protection, 2012
Distant voices, still lives: reflections on the impact of media reporting of the cases of Christopher Clunis and Ben Silcock
I Cummins
International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare 3 (4), 18, 2010
Policing and Mental Illness in the era of deinstutionalisation and mass incarceration: A UK Perspective
ID Cummins
International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 6 (4), 92-104, 2013
Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System: A social work perspective
I Cummins
Critical Publishing, 2016
Reporting sexual violence on mental health wards
M Foley, I Cummins
The Journal of Adult Protection, 2018
‘Drowning in here in his bloody sea’: exploring TV cop drama's representations of the impact of stress in modern policing
I Cummins, M King
Policing and society 27 (8), 832-846, 2017
“Dead cities, crows, the rain and their ripper, the Yorkshire ripper”: The red riding novels (1974, 1977, 1980, 1983) of David Peace as Lieux d’horreur
MS King, ID Cummins
International journal of criminology and sociological theory 6 (3), 43-56, 2013
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