RA6a: Additional observations, Evidence of esteem
Professor Davies was approached by the publishers Macmillan Reference to write the entry forAmerican Society of Criminology [ASC] Annual Congress, San Francisco. November 2000.
‘Comparative Criminal Law and Enforcement: England and Wales’ for their Encyclopaedia of Crime
and Justice, due for publication in September 2001.
Collaborative research work
Director of Civitas: In November 2000 Professor Davies was invited to become the Director of the
Visiting Lectureships, Public lectures and Guest Lectures by invitation: Davies
Smartt: Conference Presentations
-The Human Rights Act 1998: Prison policy and practice.’ Criminal Justice Associates, Inner London
Probation Service Day Conference, November 2000.
-‘Prison privatisation in England, the USA and now even in Germany. Recent trends.’ [Given in
German]. Keynote address at the International Prison and Prison Psychologists’ Congress‚Vollzug
2000 in neuen Grenzen, Hanover, Germany, June 2000.
-'Privatisation of prisoner education in England and the United States’ (given in German). Keynote
address at the Annual General Meeting of the German Association of Teachers in Prison. Göttingen,
- ‘Restorative Justice. Current judicial trends in European legislations.’ American Society of
Criminology [ASC] Congress, Toronto, Canada, November 1999.
-‘Privatisierung im englischen Vollzugswesen’ [Privatisation of English Prisons]. Keynote speech,-‘Privatisation Explosion: Prison Industries in Europe.’ American Correctional Association and the
German Prison Governors’ Association congress, Hanover, May 1999.
Correctional Industries Association, Annual Congress, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, October 1998.
-‘Prison Industries: report on operations in ten European Countries.’ Keynote speaker, EuropeanConsultancies: 1994-1998: European inter-governmental steering committee on prison labour and industries and Judicial Commission to the EU as part of the European Union of Women.
Prison Industries Governmental Forum, Stockholm, Sweden, April 1998.
-‘Key developments in European Prison Industries’. ACA Conference, San Antonio Texas, January 98.
-‘Prison Labour Issues in Europe„ and ‘Pre-trial detention in England and Germany.’ ASC Annual
Conference, San Diego, California, USA, November 1997.
-‘Should punishment theories be applied to remand prisoners?’ Howard League Annual Conference,
New College, Oxford, September 1997.
-‘Prisons for profits? The state of prison industries in England.’ British Society of Criminology [BSC],
Annual Conference, Queens College, Belfast, July 1997.
-‘Prison Industries in eight European countries’, Keynote address, HM Prison Service Day Conference,
European Prison Industries Forum, London, April 1997.
-‘Prison Industries in England and Germany.’ Co-presentation with Dr. Jon Vagg, Institute of Sociology
and Law, International Congress on Prison Labour, Oñati, Spain, May 1996.
-‘Prison Industries in England and Wales’. Keynote address on behalf of HM Prison Service, the
European Prison Industries Forum, London, April 1996.
Reviewed Journals: Prison Service Journal; British Journal of Criminology; International Journal of
Therapeutic Communities in prisons, special hospitals and secure units. Collaborative research already set up with: Dr. Mark Morris, Principal Psychiatrist at Grendon Prison and Ursula Smartt, Principal Researcher at Grendon Prison. The additional advisory team members will be Dr. Eric Cullen, Forensic Psychologist and Dr. Roland Woodward, Psychologist and Director of the TC Unit at HMP Dovegate.
Harassment and stalking legislation with Professor Helmut Kury, Max Planck Institute, Germany.
Funded agency and contracted-out research
Collaborative research with Prof. H. Kury in stalking and harassment legislation, Max Planck Institute,
Freiburg, from 2000 – ongoing. German Ministry of Justice. Home Office: Feasibility study. Religious service in prison. 1998; The Kairos Prisons Ministry. HMP The Verne.1998; Feasibility study. Private Finance Initiative [PFI] of Prison Industries. 1996-1999; Feasibility study. European Prison Industries in 8 European countries. 1997-8; Prison Industries in Italy. 1997; Evaluation of Prison Industries in Belgium and The Netherlands. 199; Evaluation of German Prison Industries. 1996; Scottish Office: Feasibility study. Evaluation of Prison Industries in Scotland, 1997.
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