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Amankwaa, Aaron, Gjergo, Viktoria and Hamagareb, Sonya (2023) Developing a virtual laboratory module for forensic science degree programmes. Science & Justice, 63 (3). pp. 295-302. ISSN 1355-0306

Wienroth, Matthias, Amankwaa, Aaron and McCartney, Carole (2022) Integrity, Trustworthiness, and Effectiveness: Towards an Ethos for Forensic Genetics. Genes, 13 (8). p. 1453. ISSN 2073-4425

Rowe, Michael, Amankwaa, Aaron, Biddle, Paul and Bengtsson, Lyndsey (2022) Streamlining Out of Court Disposals Assessing the Impact on Reoffending and Police Practice. Criminology and Criminal Justice. ISSN 1748-8966 (In Press)

Amankwaa, Aaron and McCartney, Carole (2021) The effectiveness of the current use of forensic DNA in criminal investigations in England and Wales. WIREs Forensic Science, 3 (6). e1414. ISSN 2573-9468

Amankwaa, Aaron and Mccartney, Carole (2020) Gaughran vs the UK and public acceptability of forensic biometrics retention. Science & Justice, 60 (3). pp. 204-205. ISSN 1355-0306

Amankwaa, Aaron (2019) Towards a reformed policy for immigrant DNA tests, a commentary. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 66. pp. 117-119. ISSN 1752-928X

Amankwaa, Aaron (2019) Trends in forensic DNA database: transnational exchange of DNA data. Forensic Sciences Research. ISSN 2096-1790

Amankwaa, Aaron and McCartney, Carole (2019) The Effectiveness of the UK National DNA Database. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 1. pp. 45-55. ISSN 2589-871X

Amankwaa, Aaron, Amoako, Emmanuel, Mensah Bonsu, Dan Osei and Banyeh, Moses (2019) Forensic science in Ghana: A review. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 1. pp. 151-160. ISSN 2589-871X

Amankwaa, Aaron (2018) Forensic DNA retention: Public perspective studies in the United Kingdom and around the world. Science & Justice, 58 (6). pp. 455-464. ISSN 1355-0306

Amankwaa, Aaron and McCartney, Carole (2018) The UK National DNA Database: implementation of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012. Forensic Science International, 284. pp. 117-128. ISSN 0379-0738

McCartney, Carole and Amankwaa, Aaron (2017) DNA databases: it’s still far from clear how effective they are in fighting crime. The Conversation.

Yawson, Nat, Amankwaa, Aaron, Tali, Bernice, Shang, Velma, Batu, Emmanuella, Asiemoah Jnr, Kwame, Fuseini, Ahmed, Tene, Louis, Angaandi, Leticia, Blewusi, Isaac, Borbi, Makafui, Aduku, Linda, Badu, Pheonah, Abbey, Henrietta and Karikari, Thomas (2016) Evaluation of Changes in Ghanaian Students’ Attitudes Towards Science Following Neuroscience Outreach Activities: A Means to Identify Effective Ways to Inspire Interest in Science Careers. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 14 (2). A117-A123. ISSN 1544-2896

Book Section

Amankwaa, Aaron and Addo, Judith Amankwa (2022) Forensic DNA analysis and database governance in Ghana. In: Law, Practice and Politics of Forensic DNA Profiling: Forensic Genetics and their Technolegal Worlds. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 56-71. ISBN 9781032385280, 9780367338497, 9780429322358

Biddle, Paul, Bengtsson, Lyndsey and Amankwaa, Aaron (2021) Out of Court Disposals and Diversion. In: An introduction to criminology. SAGE, London, pp. 459-476. ISBN 9781526486851, 9781526486868, 9781529765298, 9781529766127, 9781529766950


Amankwaa, Aaron (2019) Forensic dna databasing: retention regimes and efficacy. Doctoral thesis, Northumbria University.


McCartney, Carole and Amankwaa, Aaron (2019) Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill: Submission from Professor Carole McCartney and Aaron Amankwaa, Northumbria University. Justice Committee, Scottish Parliament.

McCartney, Carole, Evison, Martin, Amoako, Emmanuel and Amankwaa, Aaron (2019) Written evidence submitted by the Science and Justice Research Interest Group, University of Northumbria to the Science and Technology Committee (Commons) inquiry on the work of the Biometrics Commissioner and Forensic Science Regulator (WBC0004). UK Parliament, London.

Amankwaa, Aaron and McCartney, Carole (2018) Response to the Scottish Government Consultation on enhanced oversight of biometric data for justice and community safety purposes (9231568). Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK; online.

McCartney, Carole, Evison, Martin, Ward, Tony, Wortley, Natalie, Piasecki, Emma, Amoako, Emmanuel, Amankwaa, Aaron and Jackson, Adam (2018) Science and Justice Research Interest Group (RIG), Northumbria University - written evidence to the Science and Technology Committee (Lords) inquiry on forensic science (FRS0051). UK Parliament, London.

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