Publications

Below are David’s publications in journals (print and online), his books and his book chapters. He is still active in his writing in the area of terrorism & security. Due out in late 2017 is his fifth book ‘Terrorism: Law & Policy’ that is being published by Routledge, a book chapter ‘ Data Protection and Rights to Privacy’ in the Handbook of Social Justice and  ‘Legislating Non-Violent Extremism: Problems of definition and conflict with freedom of thought and speech’ in  Dealing with ISIS: Empirical and normative changes.

He is currently working on an article examining if the UK’s terrorism legislation is sufficient to deal with extreme far right activity .

Articles

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Plugging into EU Justice and Home Affairs policies  (The UK in a Changing Europe, 7th June 2017)

Manchester attack: as bombs return, what can be done to make venues safer? (The Conversation, 23rd May, 2017)

Why the difference in operational clothing?  (Counter Terror Business, 17th July 2017)

Run, hide, tell – treat? The public now has a role to play in Westminster-style attacks (The Conversation, 23rd March 2017)

Terrorism in Westminster: London had expected attack for some time and police reaction was rapid   (The Conversation, 22nd March 2017)

Surveillance and International Terrorism Intelligence Exchange: Balancing the Interests of National Security and Individual Liberty (Terrorism and Political Violence,
Volume 28, 2016 – Issue 4)

Jo Cox murder reminds us that terrorism comes in many forms (The Conversation, 28th November 2016)

Prevent Strategies: The Problems Associated in Defining Extremism: The Case of the United Kingdom (Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 2016- DOI: 10.1080/1057610X.2016.1253941)

The European Union’s Passenger Name Record Data Directive 2016/681: Is It Fit for Purpose? (International Criminal Law Review, 2016, Volume16 Issue 5, pages 856-884)

Nice attack reminds France the state can’t keep you safe 100% of the time  (The Conversation, 15th July 2016)

Prevent/Resilience Strategies: Are they Inclusive or Divisive?   (The New Jurist, 6th July 2016)

Jo Cox killing: what can be done to protect MPs – and British democracy?   (The Conversation, 16th June 2016)

How can French authorities prevent a terrorist attack during Euro 2016? (The Conversation, 10th June 2016)

Fact Check: could someone be extradited without evidence under a European Arrest Warrant?   (The Conversation, 20th May 2016)

The Implications of the Schrems Decision and ending of the US-EU Safe Harbour Agreement   (The New Jurist, 1st February 2016)

Sinai crash: what do we really know?  (The Conversation, 5th November 2015)

Why in Widening Surveillance Powers of Electronic Communications, Co-Operation is needed with Internet and Communications Service Providers   (The New Jurist, 1st September 2015)

Europol tasked with online search-and-destroy mission to combat Islamic State  (The Conversation, 25th June 2015)

Review of Cian Murphy’s EU Counter-Terrorism Law (2014, European Public Law, Volume 20 Issue 2, pages 361-363)

Review of Steve Peers’ Justice and Home Affairs Law  (2013, European Public Law, Volume 19 Issue 1, pages 211-213)

The lack of discretion in high policing   (Policing & Society, 2011, volume 21 issue 2, pages 233-247)

EU Criminal Law: In through the back door  (Journal of Academic and Legal Studies, 2006, Volume 2)

Books

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Terrorism: Law and Policy  (Released by Routledge 1st March 2018)

Trends in Judiciary: Interviews with Judges from around the Globe Volume 3 (2017, Taylor & Francis)

Policing Terrorism: Research Studies into Police Counterterrorism Investigations (Advances in Police Theory and Practice) (2015, Taylor & Francis)

Trends in the Judiciary: Interviews with judges from across the Globe Volume 2   (2015, Taylor & Francis)

Examining Political Violence: Studies in Terrorism, Counterterrorism and Internal War (2013, Taylor & Francis)

Book Chapters

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‘Surveillance of Electronic Communications and the Law’ in Sharon Morley, Jo Turner, Karen Corteen and Paul Taylor (editors) A companion to state power, liberties and rights, (2017, Policy Press)

‘Interview with Jon Murphy, Chief Constable Merseyside Police’ in Baker and Das (editors) Trends in Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders Around the Globe, Volume 5 (2016, Taylor & Francis)

‘Handling Informers’ in Eterno and Roberson (editors) The Detectives Handbook (2015, Taylor & Francis)

‘The Suspect Interview in Counter-Terrorism Investigations’ in Ralph Rotte (editor) Focus on Terrorism  (2015, Nova Publishing)

‘The Treatment of the Mentally Disordered/Vulnerable Persons in Police Custody’ in de Guzman, Das and Das (editors) The Evolution of Policing: Worldwide Innovations and Insights  (2013, Taylor & Francis)

‘Spooking the Spooks’ in Cliff Roberson, Dilip K. Das, Jennie K. Singer (eds) Police Without Borders: The Fading Distinction between Local and Global (2011, Taylor & Francis)

Newspaper Articles

‘Leaving the EU has made us all a little less secure’ in The New European 29th July 2016