Publications

 

REPPP Group
REPPP project research team, Dr Catherine Naughton, Eoin O’Meara Daly, Prof. Sean Redmond(PI), John Reddy

Reports

Sean Redmond (2015) Lifting the lid on Greentown – Why we should be concerned about the influence criminal networks have on children’s offending behaviour in Ireland. Department of Child and Youth Affairs.  http://hdl.handle.net/10344/5793

Catherine Naughton, Sean Redmond (2017) National Prevalence Study: Do the findings from the Greentown study of children’s involvement in a criminal network extend beyond Greentown?    https://ulir.ul.ie/bitstream/handle/10344/6313/Naughton_2017_prevalence.pdf?sequence=2

Journal Articles

Redmond, Sean (2015) The Greentown crime Networks: Introducing its cast of principle actors. Irish Probation Journal;12, pp. 205-228.  http://hdl.handle.net/10344/5794

 

Invited Speakers

Eoin O Meara Daly (2018). The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour. Greentown- An Irish Study. Public Policy Process Class, UL, (Feb 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour Greentown- SIM presentation to Maths Department UL  Feb 2018

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour Greentown- An Irish Study’  Ballyfermot Dip. in Drug & Alcohol Studies Feb 7th 2018

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children: An Irish Study’. 18th Annual Prosecutors Conference, Dublin Castle (November 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘When convention isn’t enough’: Improving outcomes for children caught up in crime networks in Ireland’. Solas Justice Team Launch, Boston College, Dublin (November 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘The complicated relationship between scientific evidence and youth crime policy’. CCJVS20 Conference, University of Limerick (October 2017).

Catherine Naughton (2017). ‘Understanding complex youth offending: The Greentown research’ project’. Crime and Social Policy, University College Dublin (October 2017)

Eoin O’Meara Daly and Catherine Naughton (2017) ‘The Impact of Criminal Networks on Youth Offending: Evidence from Greentown Research Project’ . Irish Criminal Justice Agencies Conference, Dublin (July 2017).

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’. Law Department Seminar series Maynooth University (May 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children ‘Greentown’ – a case study’. The local embedding of organized crime: manifestation and tackling seminar. Center for Information & Research on Organised Crime in the University of Utrecht (May 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’. Hidden Victims Conference, University of limerick (April 2017)

Catherine Naughton (2017). ‘The Greentown Project’. Community Law group, University of Limerick (April 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’ MA Youth Community and Social Regeneration class, University of Limerick (March 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’ Public Administration class March 21 2017, University of Limerick (March 2017)

Sean Redmond (2016). Presentation ‘Greentown findings and policy implications’ Blackwater Conference (Sept 2016)

Peer Review Conferences

Catherine Naughton (2017). ‘Understanding Complex Youth Offending: The Greentown Research Project Child Friendly Youth Justice?’. Child Friendly Youth Justice Conference, University of Cambridge, (September 2017).

Poster

John Reddy (2018) Improving the Measurement of Effectiveness in the Irish Youth Justice System. Irish Research Council Meet-and-greet, University of Limerick 19th January 2018

Sean Redmond, Catherine Naughton, Eoin O’Meara Daly, John Reddy (2018). Youth Crime: Research Evidence into Policy, Programmes and Practice (REPPP) Project. Irish Research Council Meet-and-greet, University of Limerick 19th January 2018