Booth, N., Masson, I., and Baldwin, L., (2018) Promises, promises: can the female offender strategy deliver? Probation Journal. Available online - https://doi.org/10.1177/0264550518808363
Booth, N,. (2018) Disconnected: Exploring provisions for mother-child contact in female prisons serving England and Wales. Criminology and Criminal Justice. Available online - https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895818801806
Booth, N., (2018) Family Matters: A critical examination of family visits for imprisoned mothers and their children. Prison Service Journal. Vol. 238. Available online - https://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/publications/psj/prison-service-journal-238
Booth, N., (2018) Maintaining Family Ties: The Disparities between Policy and Practice Following Maternal Imprisonment in England And Wales in Gordon, L., (ed) Contemporary research and analysis on the children of prisoners: invisible children. Cambridge: Cambridge Publishers Ltd.
Booth, N., (2017) Prisoners’ Children and Families. Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, Vol: 181 (15), pp. 246-248.
Booth, N., (2017) Maternal Imprisonment; a Family Sentence in Hudson, J., Needham, C., and Heins, E., (eds) Social Policy Review 29: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. The Policy Press and Social Policy Association: Bristol.
Booth, N., (2016) Families separated by bars – the home truths about sending mothers to prison. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/families-separated-by-bars-the-home-truths-about-sending-mothers-to-prison-56626
Williams, K., Papadopoulou, V., Booth, N., (2012) Prisoners’ childhood and family backgrounds. Results from Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR) longitudinal cohort study of prisoners. Ministry of Justice Research Series 4/12.