James Petty

James Petty is a PhD candidate in Criminology at the University of Melbourne. His doctoral thesis examines the regulation and substantive criminalisation of homelessness in Melbourne, Australia. His research interests include homelessness and poverty, policing, urban design and public spaces, spatial regulation and control, drug policy, visibility and representation, and critical and cultural criminology.

related publications

‘The London Spikes: homelessness, urban securitisation and the question of hostile architecture’ International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 5:1 (2016).