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Dr Anthony Drummond


Dr Anthony Drummond
Contact Details
Dr Anthony Drummond

Senior Lecturer

Leeds School Of Social Sciences

0113 81 25788 A.Drummond@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

About Dr Anthony Drummond

Recently Anthony was invited to serve on the following ESRC funded project's Advisory Group commencing in January 2020:

GYPSIES AND TRAVELLERS' EXPERIENCES OF CRIME AND JUSTICE SINCE THE 1960s

Anthony will liaise with the following co-Principal Investigators:
Dr. Coretta Phillips LSE;

Dr. Becky Taylor UEA

Dr. Zoe James University of Plymouth


Currently Anthony acts as a critical friend to the Leeds CPS Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel and is a member of the Rainbow Rose Forum supporting LGBTQ staff and students at Leeds Beckett. He is also a member of the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education at Leeds Beckett.

Current Teaching

  • Level 4: Deconstructing Deviance
  • Level 5: Risk, Vulnerabilities and Criminal Justice

Research Interests

Following peer reviews, Anthony is currently writing up the final version of a paper concerning a small scale research project entitled: 'An Exploration of the Gypsy Roma Traveller Police Association' funded by Leeds Beckett University. The paper will present the findings of this qualitative research project based upon an exploration of the aims of the GRTPA, discussing its achievements as an association and investigating any issues and concerns held by members of the group regarding their relationships with other officers, and, with Gypsy Roma Traveller communities and policing in general.

The findings will be used to reflect on diversity in policing, further raising  awareness of Gypsy Roma Traveller issues amongst students on modules delivered at Leeds Beckett. It is also anticipated that the research findings will be disseminated to police via relevant in-house publications as well as Travellers across the UK via publications such as Travellers Times, and, through Traveller support groups. The purpose behind sharing the findings being to increase understanding of the issues faced by minority group membership relative to policing, and, wider society, raise awareness of the GRTPA, and, to disseminate information as widely as possible to feed into and enhance research on race and ethnicity and marginalised groups.

Selected Publications

Journal articles (6)

  • Drummond A (2016), Deserving of Penalty and Public Outrage? The 'Gypsy' Within the Punitive City.
    View Repository Record
  • Drummond AD (2016), Book Review: When the Innocent are Punished, the Children of Imprisoned Parents, By Peter Scharff Smith Publisher: Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology, Palgrave- Macmillan, New York (2014) ISBN: 978-1-137-27090-0 (hardback) Price £61.75 Kindle edition, £65.00 hardback
    View Repository Record
  • Drummond A (2015), Becoming Visible: Gypsy Roma Travellers in Prison
    View Repository Record
  • Drummond A (2014), Not in my Back-Yard: Control of Irish Travellers by paramilitaries and vigilantes across the island of ireland
    https://doi.org/10.1080/10282580.2014.915138
    View Repository Record
  • Drummond A (2012), 'How Many More "Slaves" Like Kevin?'
  • Drummond A (2008), 'Community Service with Roma Women'
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