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Type: Article | 2022

Populism, conservatism and the politics of parole in England and Wales - Harry Michael John Annison and Thomas Guiney
Type: Article | 2022

The Social Data Foundation model: Facilitating health and social care transformation through datatrust services - Michael Boniface, Laura Carmichael, Wendy Hall, Brian Pickering, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Steve Taylor
Type: Article | 2022

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Provisioning security in a next generation mobility as a service system - Temitope Omitola, Ben Waterson, Niko Tsakalakis, Richard Gomer, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Thomas Cherrett and Gary Wills
Type: Book Section | 2022

Conference or Workshop Item

User configurable privacy requirements elicitation in cyber-physical systems - Temitope Omitola, Richard Gomer, Gary Wills, Niko Tsakalakis, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Ben Waterson and Thomas Cherrett
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022


Type: Monograph | 2022 | UK Parliament | Item not available on this server.

A parole system fit for purpose - Nicola Padfield, Harry Michael John Annison, David Calvert-Smith, Marc Conway, Simon Creighton, Ryan Herbert, Laura Janes, Chitra Karve, Shkar Kider, Dean Kingham, David Latham, Daniel Pearce-Higgins, John Samuels, Deirdre Smythe, Karen Walton and Tyrone Steele
Type: Monograph | 2022


Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

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