Women, their own worst enemy: police culture, sexuality and sexual crime in the Irish Free State

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Abstract

An exploration of the views of a senior police officer on sexual crime, immorality and female sexuality and its impact on the policing of sexual crime in the Irish Free State.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnvironmental Criminology: A Spatial Analysis of Crime
EditorsLiam Leonard
PublisherEmerald
Pages87-102
Number of pages160
ISBN (Print)978-1787433786
Publication statusPublished - 9 Nov 2017

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Keywords

  • Irish Free State
  • Policing
  • sexual crime
  • immorality
  • female sexuality.

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Keating, T. (2017). Women, their own worst enemy: police culture, sexuality and sexual crime in the Irish Free State. In L. Leonard (Ed.), Environmental Criminology: A Spatial Analysis of Crime (pp. 87-102). Emerald.
Keating, Tony. / Women, their own worst enemy: police culture, sexuality and sexual crime in the Irish Free State. Environmental Criminology: A Spatial Analysis of Crime. editor / Liam Leonard. Emerald, 2017. pp. 87-102
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