Toby Miles-Johnson
Toby Miles-Johnson
Professor in Criminology and Policing, Western Sydney University
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Policing diversity: Examining police resistance to training reforms for transgender people in Australia
T Miles-Johnson
Journal of homosexuality 63 (1), 103-136, 2016
Confidence and trust in police: How sexual identity difference shapes perceptions of police
T Miles-Johnson
Current issues in criminal justice 25 (2), 685-702, 2013
LGBTI variations in crime reporting: How sexual identity influences decisions to call the cops
T Miles-Johnson
Sage open 3 (2), 2158244013490707, 2013
Police recruits and perceptions of trust in diverse groups
T Miles-Johnson, S Pickering
Police Practice and Research 19 (4), 311-328, 2018
‘Hidden identities’: perceptions of sexual identity in Beijing
T Miles‐Johnson, Y Wang
The British journal of sociology 69 (2), 323-351, 2018
Fear of terrorism: Media exposure and subjective fear of attack
H Williamson, S Fay, T Miles-Johnson
Global Crime 20 (1), 1-25, 2019
Perceptions of group value: How Australian transgender people view policing
T Miles-Johnson
Policing and society 26 (6), 605-626, 2016
Policing diverse people: How occupational attitudes and background characteristics shape police recruits’ perceptions
T Miles-Johnson
Sage open 9 (3), 2158244019865362, 2019
Perceptions of police legitimacy and citizen decisions to report hate crime incidents in Australia
S Wiedlitzka, L Mazerolle, S Fay-Ramirez, T Miles-Johnson
International journal for crime, justice and social democracy 7 (2), 91-106, 2018
“They don't identify with us”: Perceptions of police by Australian transgender people
T Miles-Johnson
International Journal of Transgenderism 16 (3), 169-189, 2015
Police perceptions of prejudice: How police awareness training influences the capacity of police to assess prejudiced motivated crime
T Miles-Johnson, L Mazerolle, S Pickering, P Smith
Policing and society 28 (6), 730-745, 2018
Legitimizing policing practices: A study of stakeholder perceptions of police trustworthiness, effectiveness and relationship with the community
D Watson, FD Boateng, T Miles-Johnson
Police practice and research 22 (1), 623-639, 2021
Policing transgender people: Discretionary police power and the ineffectual aspirations of one Australian police initiative
T Miles-Johnson
Sage Open 5 (2), 2158244015581189, 2015
Compensating for sexual identity: How LGB and heterosexual Australian police officers perceive policing of LGBTIQ+ people
T Miles-Johnson, J Death
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 36 (2), 251-273, 2020
Policing minority communities: How perception of engagement and level of “awareness” influence officer attitudes toward practice
T Miles-Johnson, S Fay, S Wiedlitzka
Social Sciences 10 (2), 70, 2021
Policing transgender people and intimate partner violence (IPV)
T Miles-Johnson
Intimate partner violence and the LGBT+ community: Understanding power …, 2020
Responding to persons with mental illness (PWMI): Police recruit perceptions of mental health response training and engagement
M Morgan, T Miles-Johnson
Cogent social sciences 8 (1), 2020469, 2022
Police prosecutors and LGBTIQ intimate partner violence, victims, and perpetrators: an empirical study
T Miles-Johnson, M Ball
SN Social Sciences 2 (6), 84, 2022
Comparative perceptions: How female officers in two Australian police organizations view policing of diverse people
T Miles-Johnson
Police Practice and Research 22 (3), 1294-1313, 2021
Operational response: Policing persons with mental illness in Australia
T Miles-Johnson, M Morgan
Journal of criminology 55 (2), 260-281, 2022
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