Prof Andrew Millie
Andrew is Professor of Criminology at Edge Hill University. His main research interests include anti-social behaviour, crime and cities, policing and criminological theory. Recent publications include “Anti-Social Behaviour” (2009, Open University Press) and a collection of essays on “Securing Respect” (2009, Policy Press). Andrew is Publications Chair and Executive Committee member of the British Society of Criminology, for whom he also edits their online journal and newsletter. He is an editor of the Urban Studies journal and is on the editorial board of the British Journal of Criminology. Andrew’s current research focuses on the fluid and contested nature of how urban spaces are used and how this relates to expectations of what is acceptable, anti-social or criminal behaviour. Similarly, he is investigating the interplay of criminalisation, aesthetics, architecture and landscape. Andrew is also interested in relationships between philosophy and criminology.