Tim Newburn is Professor of Criminology and Social Policy, London School of Economics.
Prior to joining LSE, he was Director of the Public Policy Research Unit at Goldsmiths College from 1997, having previously worked at the Policy Studies Institute, the National Institute for Social Work, the Home Office and Leicester University.
He is the author or editor of over 30 books, including: Permission and Regulation: Law and Morals in Post-war Britain (Routledge, 1991); The Future of Policng (with Morgan, Oxford University Press, 1997); Private Security and Public Policing (with Jones, Clarendon Press, 1998); Handbook of Policing (Willan, 2008); Policy Transfer and Criminal Justice (with Jones, Open University Press, 2007); and, Criminology (Routledge, 2012).
Tim Newburn was President of the British Society of Criminology (2005-08) and Director of the Mannheim Centre for Criminology (2003-08) and was elected to the Academy of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences in 2005. With Paul Rock and David Downes he is currently writing an Official History of Criminal Justice.
Professor of Criminology and Social Policy, London School of Economics
Joseph Rowntree Professor of Urban Social Policy, Goldsmiths College
Senior Fellow, Policy Studies Institute
Research Director, Hillsborough Project, National Institute for Social Work
Research Officer/Senior Research Officer, Home Office Research and Planning Unit
The Eternal Recurrence of Crime and Control, Oxford University Press
Sage Handbook of Criminological Theory, Sage
Handbook of Policing , Willan
Policy Transfer and Criminal Justice, Open University Press
The Politics of Crime Control, Oxford University Press
Youth Offending and Restorative Justice, Willan
Crime and Criminal Justice Policy, Longman
Private Security and Public Policing , Oxford University Press
Policing after the Act, Policy Studies Institute
The Future of Policing , Oxford University Press
Just Boys Doing Business: Men, masculinities and crime, Routledge
Democracy and Policing , Policy Studies Institute
Young Offenders and Media, Policy Studies Institute
Persistent Young Offenders, Policy Studies Institute
Permission and Regulation`: Law and morals in post-war Britain, Routledge