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LLB (Hons), Staffordshire University

MSc (Econ) in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Wales, College of Cardiff


Head of Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, University of Glamorgan

Senior Lecturer, Centre for Criminology, University of Glamorgan

Lecturer, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth

Tutor and Contract Researcher, University of Wales, Cardiff


Head of Law
Deputy Head, School of Humanities and Social Sciences


Rogers, C., Lewis, R., John, T. and Read, T. (2011) Police Work: Principles and Practice London: Routledge

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2008) ‘Criminal Intelligence and the National Intelligence Model’ in Newburn, T., Williamson, T., and Wright, A (eds) The Handbook of Criminal Investigation Cullompton: Willan

Maguire, M. and John, T. (2006) ‘Intelligence led policing, managerialism and community engagement: competing priorities and the role of the National Intelligence Model in the UK’ Policing and Society 16(1) 67-85

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2004) The National Intelligence Model: Early implementation experience in three police force areas. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences: Working Paper Series Paper 50. ISBN 1-904815-10-3

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2004) The National Intelligence Model: key lessons from early research. Home Office Online Report 30/04. ISBN 1 84473 308 4

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2003) ‘Rolling out the National Intelligence Model: key challenges’ in Bullock, K. and Tilley, N. (eds) Crime Reduction and Problem Oriented Policing. Cullompton: Willan

John, T. and James, A. (2003) ‘Review of “The Human Factor: Maximising the Use of Police Informants.” International Journal of Police Science and Management 5(3) p.214-5 ISSN 1461-3557

John, T. (with Button, M., and Brearley, N. (2002). “New challenges in public order policing: the professionalisation of environmental protest and the emergence of the militant environmental activist.” International Journal of the Sociology of Law 30: 17-32.

Button, M. and John, T. (2002) “‘Plural policing’ in action: a review of the policing of environmental protests in England and Wales” Policing and Society, Vol. 12, No.2, pp 111-121

John, T. (2001). “Citoynette et democratie a l’epreuve dans le systeme judiciaire Britannique.” Justice Pour Tous. Mignard J and Vogelweith, A. Paris, La Decouverte: 226-234. ISBN 2-7071-3557-7.

Button, M. and John, T. (2001) New Challenges in Public Order Policing – The Professionalisation of Environmental Protest and the Emergence of the Militant Environmental Activist. Occasional Paper No. 14. Portsmouth: Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth

Button, M. and John, T. (2000) ‘New Challenges in Policing and Security – The Rise of the Militant Environmental Activist’. INTERSEC

John, T. and Maguire, M. (1998) ‘Police Surveillance and its Regulation in England and Wales’ in S. Field and C. Pelsner (eds) Invading the Private? Dartmouth:England

Maguire, M. and John, T. (1997) ‘Covert and Deceptive Policing in England and Wales: Issues in Regulation and Practice’ 4 European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (pp 316-334)

Maguire, M. and John, T. (1995) Intelligence, Surveillance and Informants: Integrated Approaches, Police Research Group Crime and Prevention Series, Paper No. 64 (London: Home Office)

Conference Papers

John, T. and Bower, A. (2007) Invited plenary session: ‘Importance of business process in a partnership setting’. Presented at Share the knowledge, Manage the risks, Make it Safe conference, 30&31 March, Bramshill Police Training College

John, T. and Rogers, C. (2006) Invited (with Dr Colin Rogers, HESAS) plenary session: “NIM to GMAC”. Presented at the “NIM & Partnerships – Making it work” conference, Greater Manchester 28 & 29 November

John, T. and James, A. (2004) Facilitating POP through NIM. Paper presented at MPS Analysis Conference, London

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2004) The National Intelligence Model: Modernising through analysis? Paper presented at the British Criminology Conference, Portsmouth.

John, T. (2004) The National Intelligence Model. Paper presented as part of the Society and Culture Research Seminar Series, University of Glamorgan

John, T. (2004) Policing the UK. Paper presented at Central Missouri State University, Missouri, USA.

John, T. (2004) Intelligence-led Policing. Paper presented to the Independent Police Complaints Commissioners, London.

John, T. and Maguire, M. (2004) Problem Oriented Policing and the National Intelligence Model. Paper presented at the South Wales Police Annual Problem Oriented Partnerships Awards, Bridgend.


Wales Centre For Crime and Social Justice
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy


Deputy Editor / Editor, Policing Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Sage 2014-2018


John, T., Morgan, C., and Rogers, C. (2006) The Greater Manchester Against Crime Partnership Business Model: an independent evaluation Treforest: University of Glamorgan (internal document)

Loveday, B. and John, T. (1998) Fareham Borough Council: Crime and Disorder Audit. Report to Fareham Borough Council (internal document)

Loveday, B. and John, T. (1998) An Evaluation of CCTV in Portsmouth: preliminary report. Report to Portsmouth City Council (internal document)

John, T. and Maguire, M. (1996) ‘Crime and Community Safety in the Vale: Consultants Report to the County Borough Council’ (internal document)


Policing; intelligence led policing; policing styles; crime reduction; criminal law; the criminal justice process; crime audits

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