James Windle
James Windle
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University College Cork
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Popping the balloon effect: Assessing drug law enforcement in terms of displacement, diffusion, and the containment hypothesis
J Windle, G Farrell
Substance Use & Misuse 47, 868- 876, 2012
‘It’s like working away for two weeks’: The harms associated with young drug dealers commuting from a saturated London drug market
J Windle, D Briggs
Crime prevention and community safety 17, 105-119, 2015
A slow march from social evil to harm reduction: Drugs and drug policy in Vietnam
J Windle
Journal of Drug Policy Analysis 10 (2), 20150011, 2015
Going solo: the social organisation of drug dealing within a London street gang
J Windle, D Briggs
Journal of youth studies 18 (9), 1170-1185, 2015
‘Vulnerable’kids going country: children and young People’s involvement in county lines drug dealing
J Windle, L Moyle, R Coomber
Youth justice 20 (1-2), 64-78, 2020
How the east influenced drug prohibition
J Windle
The International History Review 35 (5), 1185-1199, 2013
Crime in Ireland north and south: Feuding gangs and profiteering paramilitaries
N Hourigan, JF Morrison, J Windle, A Silke
Trends in Organized Crime 21, 126-146, 2018
Suppressing illicit opium production: Successful intervention in Asia and the Middle East
J Windle
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016
Suppressing Illicit Opium Production: Successful Intervention in Asia and the Middle East
J Windle
I.B.Tauris, 2016
Is drawing from the state ‘state of the art’?: a review of organised crime research data collection and analysis, 2004–2018
J Windle, A Silke
Trends in Organized Crime 22 (4), 394-413, 2019
Cyber as an enabler of terrorism financing, now and in the future
P Carroll, J Windle
Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 13 (3), 285-300, 2018
Insights for contemporary drug policy: A historical account of opium control in India and Pakistan
J Windle
Asian Journal of Criminology 7, 55-74, 2012
The suppression of illicit opium production in Viet Nam: an introductory narrative
J Windle
Crime, law and social change 57, 425-439, 2012
Harms caused by China's 1906–17 opium suppression intervention
J Windle
International Journal of Drug Policy 24 (5), 498-505, 2013
Security trumps drug control: How securitization explains drug policy paradoxes in Thailand and Vietnam
J Windle
Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 23 (4), 344-354, 2016
‘I could have went down a different path’: Talking to people who used drugs problematically and service providers about Irish drug policy alternatives
J Leonard, J Windle
International journal of drug policy 84, 102891, 2020
A very gradual suppression: A history of Turkish opium controls, 1933–1974
J Windle
European Journal of Criminology 11 (2), 195-212, 2014
Why do South-east Asian states choose to suppress opium? A cross-case comparison
J Windle
Power and Illicit Drugs in the Global South, 174-192, 2020
The impact of the Great Recession on the Irish drug market
J Windle
Criminology & Criminal Justice 18 (5), 548-567, 2018
Tuckers firm: a case study of British organised crime
J Windle
Trends in Organized Crime 16, 382-396, 2013
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