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Prof Thomas Crofts


Department: Northumbria Law School

Thomas Crofts

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  • Act now: raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility, Crofts, T. 10 Nov 2022, In: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
  • Reforming non-consensual sexual offences in Hong Kong: How do the Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong's proposals compare with recent recommendations in other jurisdictions?, Dyer, A., Crofts, T. 1 Sep 2022, In: Common Law World Review
  • Sexting in Hong Kong: a complex interplay between young people, technology, and law, Crofts, T., Burke, J. 2 Jan 2022, In: Asia Pacific Law Review
  • The use of intermediaries for young defendants: overcoming barriers to young people’s participation in criminal proceedings, Arthur, R., Crofts, T. 4 Apr 2022, In: Child and Family Law Quarterly
  • Diminished Responsibility Determinations in England and Wales and New South Wales: Whose Role is it Anyway?, Crofts, T., Wake, N. 16 Sep 2021, In: Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly
  • Legislative approaches to recognising the vulnerability of young people and preventing their criminalisation, Wake, N., Arthur, R., Crofts, T., Lambert, S. Jan 2021, In: Public Law
  • Male Sex Work and the Law: Regulation of Men Selling Sex within the Context of Female Sex Work, Crofts, T., Orchiston, A. 22 Apr 2021, The Routledge Handbook of Male Sex Work, Culture, and Society, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Barriers stopping LGBTI people from accessing LGBTI police liaison officers: analysing interviews with community and police , Dwyer, A., Ball, M., Lee, M., Crofts, T., Bond, C. 13 Jul 2020, In: Criminal Justice Studies
  • Criminalization of Voyeurism and ‘Upskirt Photography’ in Hong Kong: The Need for a Coherent Approach to Image-Based Abuse, Crofts, T. Dec 2020, In: Chinese Journal of Comparative Law
  • Male sex work: a gendered, (hetro)sexist approach to regulation, Crofts, T. 2 Mar 2020, Research Handbook on Gender, Sexuality and the Law, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar

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