Luke Vinter


NameLuke Vinter
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Applied Criminology
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-8116-8862

Research outputs

Identification and support of autistic individuals within the UK Criminal Justice System: a practical approach based upon professional consensus with input from lived experience.

Woodhouse, E., Hollingdale, J., Davies, L., Al-Attar, Z., Young, S., Vinter, L. P., Agyemang, K., Bartlett, C., Berryessa, C., Chaplin, E., Deeley, Q., Freckelton, I., Gerry, F., Gudjonsson, G., Maras, K., Mattison, M., McCarthy, J., Mills, R., Misch, P., Murphy, D. and Allely, C. 2024. Identification and support of autistic individuals within the UK Criminal Justice System: a practical approach based upon professional consensus with input from lived experience. BMC Medicine. 22 (157), pp. 1-30.

Exploring the experiences of an autistic male convicted of stalking

Rawdon, N., Vinter, L.P., Allely, C. and Wheatley, R. 2024. Exploring the experiences of an autistic male convicted of stalking. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. pp. 1-35. https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2024.2339537

How Features of Autism may Provide the Context of Vulnerability to Engage in Offending, and Recommendations for Improving Support for Individuals with Autism

Brown, S., Davy, D., Allely, C., Vinter, L., Orofino, E., Mann, N. and Lundrigan, S. 2023. How Features of Autism may Provide the Context of Vulnerability to Engage in Offending, and Recommendations for Improving Support for Individuals with Autism. National Organisation for the Treatment of Abuse (NOTA).

Autism in prisons: an exploration of lived experiences, challenges and needs

Vinter, L. 2023. Autism in prisons: an exploration of lived experiences, challenges and needs. Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System: Offending, Police Investigative Interviewing, Courtroom and Prison Conference. University of Salford, UK 30 - 30 Oct 2023

A multi-perspective qualitative study about working with autistic individuals in prison-based interventions to address sexual offending

Vinter, L.P., Dillon, G., Winder, B. and Harper, C.A. 2023. A multi-perspective qualitative study about working with autistic individuals in prison-based interventions to address sexual offending. Sexual Abuse. https://doi.org/10.1177/10790632231216701

Experiences of autism in prison-based interventions to address sexual offending

Vinter, L. P. 2023. Experiences of autism in prison-based interventions to address sexual offending. 17th Conference of The International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO). Trondheim, Norway 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2023

Autism in Prisons: An Overview of Experiences of Custody and Implications for Custodial Rehabilitation for Autistic Prisoners

Vinter, L.P. and Dillon, G. 2023. Autism in Prisons: An Overview of Experiences of Custody and Implications for Custodial Rehabilitation for Autistic Prisoners. in: Smith, T. (ed.) Autism and Criminal Justice: The Experience of Suspects, Defendants and Offenders in England and Wales Abingdon, Oxfordshire Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. pp. 1-20

‘People don’t like you when you’re different’: exploring the prison experiences of autistic individuals

Vinter, L., Gayle Dillon and Belinda Winder 2023. ‘People don’t like you when you’re different’: exploring the prison experiences of autistic individuals. Psychology, Crime & Law. 29 (3), pp. 243-262. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316x.2020.1781119

‘The guy might not even be able to remember why he's here and what he's in here for and why he's locked in’: residents and prison staff experiences of living and working alongside people with dementia who are serving prison sentences for a sexual offence

Gayle Dillon, Vinter, L., Belinda Winder and Lela Finch 2018. ‘The guy might not even be able to remember why he's here and what he's in here for and why he's locked in’: residents and prison staff experiences of living and working alongside people with dementia who are serving prison sentences for a sexual offence. Psychology, Crime & Law. 25 (5), pp. 440-457. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316x.2018.1535063
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