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Swann, Rachel 2021. 'Watching out for my boo': understanding women's aggression in a night-time economy. Criminology and Criminal Justice 21 (1) 10.1177/1748895819841102

Rees, Alyson, Dehaghani, Roxanna, Slater, Tom, Swann, Rachel and Robinson, Amanda 2020. Findings from a thematic multi-disciplinary analysis of child practice reviews in Wales. Child Abuse Review
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Johns, Nick, Green, Alison, Swann, Rachel and Sloan, Luke 2019. Street pastors in the night-time economy: harmless do-gooders or a manifestation of a New Right agenda? Safer Communities 18 (1) , pp. 1-15. 10.1108/SC-05-2018-0015

Rees, Alyson, Dehaghani, Roxanna, Slater, Thomas, Swann, Rachel and Robinson, Amanda L. 2019. Findings from a thematic analysis of Child Practice Reviews in Wales. Cardiff University.

Swann, Rachel and Hughes, Gordon 2018. Community crime prevention. In: Mendez Ortiz, Emiliano and Tenca, Mariano eds. Handbook of Crime Prevention and Citizen Security, Ediciones Didot, pp. 171-208.

Swann, Rachel 2016. Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter (eds) Reflexivity in Criminological Research: Experiences with the Powerful and the Powerless [Book Review]. Qualitative Research 196 (6) , pp. 744-745. 10.1177/1468794115592562

Swann, Rachel and Hughes, Gordon 2016. Exploring micro-sociality through the lens of 'established-outsider' figurational dynamics in a South Wales community. The Sociological Review 64 (4) , pp. 681-698. 10.1111/1467-954X.12428

Edwards, Adam Michael, Hughes, Gordon and Swann, Rachel 2015. Community safety and the policing of young people in austere times. In: Goldson, Barry and Muncie, John eds. Youth Crime and Justice, SAGE Publications, pp. 191-208.

Swann, Rachel, Green, Alison, Johns, Nicholas and Sloan, Luke 2015. Street pastors as substitutes for trust in the context of plural policing. Safer Communities 4 (4) , pp. 168-182. 10.1108/SC-03-2015-0011

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