Peter Squires teaches across a wide range of areas in criminology and criminal justice including policing, crime and violence, gun crime and gun control, youth crime, anti-social behaviour, gangs. Other areas include comparative and transcultural crime and justice, crime and history, he has given a wide range of invited presentations and special lectures, a few of which are hi-lighted below:
The Gun control Debate in the UK after Dunblane. Presented at the American Society for Criminology Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 2004.
Beyond the 4th of July: Firearms and Self-Defence from a British perspective. George Mason University Law School, Arlington/Washington DC. October 2005.
Layers in the gun culture and policing gun crime, Symposium on Firearms and Weaponisation, York University, Toronto, Canada, 2006.
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