Page, S., Turner, J., Bailey, L., Plimley, S., Bratt, S., McFarlane, K. (2021) Collaboration in conducting research: reflections on a mixed methods online data collection study with sentencers pertaining to their knowledge and experiences of sentencing those with gambling problems committed crimes. ECAN Bulletin, Howard League for Penal Reform, Accessed online (05/11/2021) ECAN webpage
Page, S. (2021) Sentencers’ understanding and treatment of problem gamblers: The report of the Commission on Crime and Problem Gambling. Howard League for Penal Reform, London ISBN 978-1-911114-59-8.
Page, S. (2020) ‘PEOPLE GET KILLED CAUSE OF THERE [THEIR] SKIN. IT CANNOT BE STOPPED’: A MIDLANDS CASE STUDY CONSIDERING EXPERIENCES OF RACISM AMONGST PUPILS IN UK SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND THE COMMUNITY. British Journal of Community Justice. Vol15(3), pp1-18 https://www.mmuperu.co.uk/bjcj/articles/people-get-killed-cause-of-there-their-skin.-it-cannot-be-stopped-a-midland
Page, S., Gratton, N., Brindle-Wilkinson, R., Chamberlain, V., Campbell, N. (2020) Informing Prison Theatre Improvement through World Café Conversations with Prisoners. Prison Service Journal Issue 248, pp45-55 https://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/publications/psj/prison-service-journal-248
Page, S. (2019) The number of suspected victims of trafficking and slavery in the UK increased by 35% in 2017; of the 5,145 suspected victims from 116 countries, 2,118 were minors. IN Lymes A & Treadwell J (eds) 50 facts about crime that everyone in Britain should know. Polity Press, Bristol pp161-166
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Page, S. & Temple-Malt, E. (2018) Healthy relationships education offers a real chance to reduce domestic violence IN The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/healthy-relationships-education-offers-a-real-chance-to-reduce-domestic-violence-96070