Dr Trevor Bradley
School of Social and Cultural Studies
Phone: 04 463 5432
Fax: 04 463 5147
Location: Room 1101, Murphy Building, Kelburn Pde, Kelburn Campus
CRIM 211 - Introduction to Criminological Thought
Crime Prevention, crime reduction and community safety; plural policing and private security/private policing; youth justice; and politics of crime and 'law and order'.
Trevor Bradley joined the institute as a staff member in 2002.
Trevor was contracted by the Institute of Criminology at Victoria University to develop the Victoria Police Education Programme (VPEP). In addition, he co-wrote the course materials for the programme in 2000/2001. Trevor was a VPEP course coordinator from 2001 to 2003, and continues to provide support and oversight.
Bradley T, Measuring community and stranger-related violence in Aotearoa New Zealand, Te Awatea Review, The Journal of Te Awatea Violence Research Centre, Canterbury University, 2011.
Bradley T, Rowe M A, Sedgwick C P, 'Not in my backyard? Crime in the neighbourhood', Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 50 (1), 2011, pp. 34-51.
Bradley T, 'Exploring the interface of public and private 'policing': select finding from a New Zealand security industry survey', Security Today, February/Marc, 2010, pp. 38-40.
Bradley, T and Sedgwick, C, 'Policing beyond the police: A 'first cut' Study of Private Security in New Zealand', Policing and Society, 19 (4) December, 2009, pp. 468-492.
Bradley, T (with Tauri, J and Walters, R) 'Demythologising Youth Justice in Aotearoa/New Zealand', in Muncie, J & Goldson, B (eds.) Comparative Youth Justice, London: Sage, 2006.
Bradley, T and Walters, R. (2011) ' Introduction to Criminological Thought ' (2nd Ed), Pearson: Auckland.
Bradley, T and Walters, R, 'The managerialisation of crime prevention and community safety: The New Zealand Experience' in Hughes, G, McLaughlin, E and Muncie, J (eds) Crime Prevention and Community Safety: New Directions. Sage, 2002, pp. 240-259.
Bradley, Trevor, 'Social Exclusion' in The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (2nd Edition): Sage, 2006, pp. 400-402’.