Ella Cockbain
Ella Cockbain
Associate Professor, Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London
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The value of crime scripting: Deconstructing internal child sex trafficking
H Brayley, E Cockbain, G Laycock
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 5 (2), 132-143, 2011
1282011
Grooming and the ‘Asian sex gang predator’: the construction of a racial crime threat
E Cockbain
Race & Class 54 (4), 22-32, 2013
772013
Exploring internal child sex trafficking networks using social network analysis
E Cockbain, H Brayley, G Laycock
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 5 (2), 144-157, 2011
712011
British children can be trafficked too: Towards an inclusive definition of internal child sex trafficking
H Brayley, E Cockbain
Child abuse review 23 (3), 171-184, 2014
402014
Human trafficking for labour exploitation: the results of a two-phase systematic review mapping the European evidence base and synthesising key scientific research evidence
E Cockbain, K Bowers, G Dimitrova
Journal of Experimental Criminology 14 (3), 319-360, 2018
362018
Child sexual exploitation and youth offending: A research note
E Cockbain, H Brayley
European Journal of Criminology 9 (6), 689-700, 2012
332012
Applied Police Research: Challenges and opportunities
E Cockbain, J Knutsson
Routledge (Crime Science Series), 2014
282014
Immaterial boys? A large-scale exploration of gender-based differences in child sexual exploitation service users
E Cockbain, M Ashby, H Brayley
Sexual Abuse 29 (7), 658-684, 2017
272017
Human trafficking for sex, labour and domestic servitude: how do key trafficking types compare and what are their predictors?
E Cockbain, K Bowers
Crime, Law and Social Change 72 (1), 9-34, 2019
262019
Offender and Victim Networks in Human Trafficking
E Cockbain
Routledge, 2018
242018
Everyday atrocities: does internal (domestic) sex trafficking of British children satisfy the expectations of opportunity theories of crime?
E Cockbain, R Wortley
Crime Science 4 (1), 1-12, 2015
232015
Human Trafficking and Labour Exploitation in the Casual Construction Industry: An Analysis of Three Major Investigations in the UK Involving Irish Traveller Offending Groups
E Cockbain, H Brayley-Morris
Policing: A Journal of Police and Practice, 2017
222017
Rapid evidence assessment–the sexual exploitation of boys and young men
H Brayley, E Cockbain, K Gibson
Barnardo’s, London, 2014
222014
Not just a girl thing: A large-scale comparison of male and female users of child sexual exploitation services in the UK
E Cockbain, H Brayley, M Ashby
Barnardo’s, London, 2014
182014
Crime Science
E Cockbain, G Laycock
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2017
112017
Research on the sexual exploitation of boys and young men. A UK scoping study. Summary of findings
C McNaughton Nicholls, E Cockbain, H Brayley, S Harvey, C Fox, ...
Barnardo's: Barkingside, 2014
112014
Research on the sexual exploitation of boys and young men. A UK scoping study. Summary of findings
C McNaughton Nicholls, E Cockbain, H Brayley, S Harvey, C Fox, ...
Barnardo's: Barkingside, 2014
112014
Getting a foot in the closed door: Practical advice for starting out in research into crime and policing issues
E Cockbain
Applied Police Research: Challenges and opportunities, 21, 2014
112014
Using law enforcement data in trafficking research
E Cockbain, K Bowers, L Vernon
Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking (eds. J. Winterdyk & J …, 2019
102019
Child Trafficking: Characteristics, Complexities, and Challenges
E Cockbain, K Olver
Child Abuse and Neglect, 95-116, 2019
82019
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