This page provides links to some free-to-access papers and reports, in reverse chronological order. If you require access to any other papers not listed here, please email me: email@example.com.
M. Bacon and T. Seddon, ‘Controlling Drug Users: Forms of Power and Behavioural Regulation‘ British Journal of Criminology, 2020, 60(2) 403-421.
Pierce, M., Bird, S., Hickman, M., Marsden, J., Dunn, G., Seddon, T. and Millar, T. ‘Effects of initiating drug treatment on the risk of drug-related poisoning death and acquisitive crime among offending heroin users’ International Journal of Drug Policy, 2018, 51 42-51.
Pierce, M., Hayhurst, K., Bird, S., Hickman, M., Seddon, T., Dunn, G. and Millar, T. ‘Insights into the link between drug use and criminality: Lifetime offending of criminally-active opiate users’ Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 2017, 179 309-316.
Hayhurst, K., Pierce, M., Hickman, M., Seddon, T., Dunn, G., Keane, J. and Millar, T., ‘Pathways through opiate use and offending: A systematic review’ International Journal of Drug Policy, 2017, 39 1-13.
T. Seddon, ‘Inventing Drugs: A genealogy of a regulatory concept‘ Journal of Law and Society, 2016, 43(3) 393-415.
M. Pierce, K. Hayhurst, S. Bird, M. Hickman, T. Seddon, G. Dunn, T. Millar, ‘Quantifying crime associated with drug use among a large cohort of sanctioned offenders in England and Wales’, Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 2015, 155 52-59.
M. Bone and T. Seddon, ‘Human rights, public health and medicinal cannabis use’, Critical Public Health, 2015, 26(1) 51-61.
M. Bacon and T. Seddon, ‘The contractual governance of drug users in treatment’, International Journal of Drug Policy, 2013, 24(5) 379-384.
S. Wakeman and T. Seddon, ‘New Age Austerity Highs’, Druglink, 2013,28(5) 13-14.
T. Seddon, Regulating Global Drug Problems. RegNet Research Paper 2013/06, 2013.
T. Seddon, ‘Rethinking prison inspection‘ in: H. Quirk, T. Seddon and G. Smith (eds) Regulation and Criminal Justice: Innovations in Policy and Research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
T. Seddon, ‘Women, harm reduction and history‘, International Journal of Drug Policy, 2008, 19(2) 99-105.
S. Lister, T. Seddon, E. Wincup, S. Barrett and P. Traynor, Street policing of problem drug users. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2008.
J. Spencer, J. Deakin, T. Seddon, R. Ralphs with J. Boyle, Getting Problem Drug Users (Back) Into Employment. London: UKDPC, 2008.
T. Seddon, ‘Risk, Dangerousness and the DSPD Units’, Prison Service Journal, 2008, 177 27-31.
A. Hucklesby, C. Eastwood, T. Seddon, A. Spriggs, The Evaluation of the Restriction on Bail Pilot: Final Report. Home Office Online Report 06/07, 2007.
A. Hucklesby, C. Eastwood, T. Seddon, A. Spriggs, The Evaluation of the Restriction on Bail Pilot: Implementation lessons from the first six months. Home Office Online Report 36/05, 2005.
P. Fraser and T. Seddon, Drug prevention for vulnerable young people. Nacro Research Briefing 3, 2003.
T. Seddon, ‘Out in the cold: Drugs, homelessness and social exclusion’, Druglink, 1998, 13(5) 21-23.
O. Baker, N. Dorn and T. Seddon, ‘The cost of heroin-related crime’, Druglink, 1994, 9(6) 15.
N. Dorn, O. Baker and T. Seddon, Paying for Heroin. ISDD Research Report, 1994.