Dr Stanislas is the Editor of the forthcoming: 'International Perspectives on Police Education and Training' (Routledge). This is the first British text that examines the training, education and development of police and private security personnel from an international perspective, and is expected to be published during summer 2013.
Dr Stanislas' work and the work of his security and intelligence colleagues in the global Pan African movement, will be featured in the forthcoming 'Protecting Black Life: Race and Policing Beyond the State.' This book examines for the first time, the public and private policing of social movements by non-state organisations and agencies.
An article written by Dr Stanislas entitled 'Post 1980's Black Leadership, The Family and Crime' will appear in a special August 2011 riot edition of the Safer Communities Journal, which will be published in August 2012.
'Post Colonial Discourses and Policing Violent Homophobia in the Caribbean and the British Caribbean Diaspora: The limits of postmodernity', written by Dr Stanislas will appear in 'Interventions: An International Journal of Postcolonial Thought' and will be published in October 2012.