Selected publications

Steve Broome

Broome, S. (2016) The Missing Million: In Search of the Loneliest in our Communities.  London: Campaign to End Loneliness.  [Available here]

Broome, S. (2016) The Missing Million: A Practical Guide to Identifying and Talking about Loneliness.  London: Campaign to End Loneliness.  [Available here]

Broome, S. (2014) Drug policy and Empathy.  London: Drugscope.  [Available here]

Lindley, E. and Broome, S. (2013) Sex, skydiving and tattoos: The end of retirement and the dawn of a new old age?  London: Hanover.  [Available here]

Broome, S. (2012). Foreword. In Neale, J., Nettleton, S., and Pickering, L. The Everyday Lives of Recovering Heroin Users. London: RSA.  [Available here]

Broome, S. (2012) Social Sentencing. London: RSA. [Available here]

Neumark, T, Norris, E., Marcus, G. and Broome, S. (2012) The Community Footprint: Shared value for business and communities.  London: RSA.  [Available here]

Dellot, B., Marcus, G. and Broome, S. (2012) RSA ChangeMakers: Identifying the key people driving positive change in local areas.  [Available here]

Marcus, G., Neumark, T. and Broome, S. (2011) Power Lines.  London: RSA.  [Available here]

Daddow, R. and Broome, S. (2010) Whole Person Recovery: A user-centred systems approach to problem drug use.  London: RSA.  [Available here]

Rowson, J., Broome, S. and Jones, A. (2010) Connected Communities: How social networks power and sustain the Big Society.  [Available here]

Broome, S. (2009) Regeneration Game. London: RSA. [Available here]

Dickinson, P. and Broome, S. (2001) The Role of Incentives in Assisting Unemployed People into Employment: The impact of the Jobfinder’s Grant.  Local Economy, 15(2): 167-175

Joint publications

GekoskiA. & Broome, S. (2014). What’s Normal Anyway? Celebrities’ Own Stories of Mental Illness. London: Constable & Robinson [Available here]

Anna Gekoski

Journal articles

Gekoski, A., Gray, J.M., Adler, J.R., Horvath, M.A.H. (2017). The prevalence and nature of sexual harassment and assault against women and girls on public transport: an international review. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, Vol. 3 Iss: 1, pp. 3 – 16. [Available here]

Gekoski, A., Horvath, M, & Davidson, J. (2016). The effectiveness and impact of the child protection and criminal justice systems in cases of intrafamilial child sexual abuse. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2(4), pp.231-243.

GekoskiA. (2015). Mental Illness and Stigma. Sociology Review, 25 (2), pp. 30-33.

GekoskiA., Horvath, M, & Davidson, J. (2015). Child sexual abuse within families. Sociology Review, 25 (1), pp. 5-7.

GekoskiA. (2014). Headline Homicides: Murders and mass media reporting. Sociology Review, 23 (4), pp. 2-5.

GekoskiA. (2014). “Cracker doesn’t exist”: Police Officers’ views on the usefulness of offender profiling. Sociology Review, 24 (1), pp. 20-23.

GekoskiA., Adler, J.R. and Gray, J.M. (2013). Interviewing women bereaved by homicide: reports of secondary victimization by the criminal justice system. International Review of Victimology, 19 (3), pp. 1-23. [Available here]

GekoskiA., Gray, J.M. and Adler, J.R. (2012). What makes a homicide newsworthy? UK national tabloid newspaper journalists tell all. British Journal of Criminology, 52 (6), pp. 1212-1232. [Available here]

GekoskiA. and Gray, J.M. (2011) “It may be true, but how’s it helping?”: UK police detectives’ views of the operational usefulness of offender profiling. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 13 (2). pp. 103-116. [Available here]

GekoskiA, Gray, J.M. and Adler, J.R. (2011) Interviewing women bereaved by homicide: assessing the impact of trauma-focused research. Psychology, Crime and Law , 18 (2). pp. 177-189. [Available here]


Adler, J. R., Edwards, S. K., Scally, M., Gill, D., Puniskis, M. J., Gekoski, A. & Horvath, M. A. H. (2016). What works in Managing Young People Who Offend? A Review of the International Evidence. London: Ministry of Justice. [Available here]

Gekoski, A., Gray, J.M., Horvath, M.A.H., Edwards, S., Emirali, A. & Adler, J. R. (2015). ‘What Works’ in Reducing Sexual Harassment and Sexual Offences on Public Transport Nationally and Internationally: A Rapid Evidence Assessment. London: British Transport Police and Department for Transport. [Available here]

Horvath, M.A.H., Davidson, J.C., Grove-Hills, J., Gekoski, A. and Choak, C. (2014). “It’s a lonely journey” A Rapid Evidence Assessment on intrafamilial child sexual abuse. London: Office of the Children’s Commissioner.  [Available here]

 Book Chapters

Puniskis, M.J. & Gekoski, A. (2011). The Accuracy and usefulness of offender profiling: A review of the research. In: Peters, J.M., (ed.) Police Psychology. Psychology Research Progress. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 89-106. [Available here]

Gray, J.M. & Gekoski, A.R. (2010). The investigation and prosecution of rape. In Adler, J.R. & Gray, J.M. Forensic Psychology: Concepts, Debates and Practice (2nd Edition). Cullompton: Willan.


GekoskiA. & Broome, S. (2014). What’s Normal Anyway? Celebrities’ Own Stories of Mental Illness. London: Constable & Robinson.

Payne, S. & GekoskiA. (2004). Sara Payne: A Mother’s Story. Hodder Headline.

GekoskiA. (1999). Murder by Numbers. Andre Deutsch.