Stephanie Hayman

Department of Sociology, University of Alberta, Canada

Stephanie Hayman has conducted research (with Tim Newburn) into the impact upon police detainees of 24-hour CCTV in-cell surveillance. Her other research has primarily been in the area of women’s imprisonment, particularly the development of the new federal prisons for women in Canada. Stephanie is on the Advisory Board of Criminal Justice Matters, a journal published jointly by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, King’s College, London and Routledge. Her publications include: (with Tim Newburn) Policing, Surveillance and Social Control (2002), Willan; and Imprisoning Our Sisters: The New Federal Women’s Prisons in Canada (2006), McGill-Queens’ University Press.