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Oswald, Marion (2022) Lord Geidt and the Wild West of policing technology governance: How can a resignation improve police technology oversight? Policing Insight. ISSN 2634-7822

Oswald, Marion (2022) A three-pillar approach to achieving trustworthy and accountable use of AI and emerging technology in policing in England and Wales: Lessons from the West Midlands data ethics model. European Journal of Law and Technology, 13 (1). ISSN 2042-115X

Oswald, Marion (2022) ‘Give Me A Ping, Vasili. One Ping Only’ Why The Success Of Machine Learning Depends On Empowered People. CREST Security Review, Winter (13). pp. 8-11. ISSN 2398-0559

Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Ditcham, Keith, Janjeva, Ardi, Li, Guangquan, Oswald, Marion and Warner, Mark (2021) Observing Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19: Reflections from a Distributed, Remote, Interdisciplinary Research Project. Journal of Legal Research Methodology, 1 (1). pp. 3-25. ISSN 2752-3403

Kotsoglou, Kyriakos and Oswald, Marion (2021) Not ‘very English’: On the Use of the Polygraph by the Penal System in England and Wales. The Journal of Criminal Law, 85 (3). pp. 189-208. ISSN 0022-0183

Oswald, Marion and Grace, Jamie (2021) The COVID-19 contact tracing app in England and "experimental proportionality". Public Law, 2021 (Jan). pp. 27-37. ISSN 0033-3565

Oswald, Marion (2020) Towards a Trustworthy Coronavirus Contact Tracing App. Royal United Services Institute Commentary.

Oswald, Marion (2020) Technologies in the twilight zone: Early lie detectors, machine learning and reformist legal realism. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 34 (2). pp. 214-231. ISSN 1360-0869

Kotsoglou, Kyriakos and Oswald, Marion (2020) The long arm of the algorithm? Automated Facial Recognition as evidence and trigger for police intervention. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 2. pp. 86-89. ISSN 2589-871X

Oswald, Marion (2018) Algorithm-assisted decision-making in the public sector: framing the issues using administrative law rules governing discretionary power. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 376 (2128). p. 20170359. ISSN 1364-503X

Oswald, Marion, Grace, Jamie, Urwin, Sheena and Barnes, Geoffrey C. (2018) Algorithmic risk assessment policing models: lessons from the Durham HART model and ‘Experimental’ proportionality. Information & Communications Technology Law, 27 (2). pp. 223-250. ISSN 1360-0834

Oswald, Marion (2017) Jordan’s dilemma: Can large parties still be intimate? Redefining public, private and the misuse of the digital person. Information & Communications Technology Law, 26 (1). pp. 6-31. ISSN 1360-0834

Oswald, Marion, James, Helen and Nottingham, Emma (2016) The not-so-secret life of five-year-olds: legal and ethical issues relating to disclosure of information and the depiction of children on broadcast and social media. Journal of Media Law, 8 (2). pp. 198-228. ISSN 1757-7632

Oswald, Marion and Grace, Jamie (2016) Intelligence, policing and the use of algorithmic analysis: a freedom of information-based study. Information Rights, Policy & Practice, 1 (1). ISSN 2398-5437

Grace, Jamie and Oswald, Marion (2016) ‘Being on our radar does not necessarily mean being under our microscope’: The Regulation and Retention of Police Intelligence. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22 (1). ISSN 2059-0881

Oswald, Marion (2014) Share and share alike? An examination of trust, anonymisation and data sharing with particular reference to an exploratory research project investigating attitudes to sharing personal data with the public sector. SCRIPTed, 11 (3). pp. 245-272. ISSN 1744-2567

Book Section

Jamie Grace, Jamie Grace and Oswald, Marion (2021) Submission to the Independent Review of Administrative Law. In: Judicial Review Reform Consultation: The Government Response. HM Government, London, pp. 1-47. ISBN 9781528627931

Babuta, Alexander and Oswald, Marion (2021) Machine learning predictive algorithms and the policing of future crimes: governance and oversight. In: Predictive Policing and Artificial Intelligence. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 214-236. ISBN 9780367210984, 9780429265365

Report

Oswald, Marion (2022) AI Regulation Policy Paper (CP 728): Response to call for views and evidence. Documentation. UK Parliament. (Submitted)

Oswald, Marion, Chambers, Luke, Goodman, Ellen P., Ugwudike, Pamela and Zilka, Miri (2022) The UK Algorithmic Transparency Standard: A Qualitative Analysis of Police Perspectives. Project Report. Alan Turing Institute.

Balston, George, Oswald, Marion, Harris, Alexander and Janjeva, Ardi (2022) Implications of Emerging Privacy Enhancing Technologies for UK Surveillance Policy. Working Paper. The Alan Turing Institute.

Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Dawda, Sneha, Ditcham, Keith, Emmett, Charlotte, Higgs, Matthew, Janjeva, Ardi, Li, Guangquan, Sutton, Selina, Warner, Mark and Oswald, Marion (2021) Data-Driven Responses to COVID-19: Lessons Learned: OMDDAC Research Compendium. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Dawda, Sneha, Ditcham, Keith, Emmett, Charlotte, Higgs, Matthew, Janjeva, Ardi, Li, Guangquan, Sutton, Selina, Warner, Mark and Oswald, Marion (2021) OMDDAC Practitioner Guidelines. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Oswald, Marion, Sutton, Selina, Li, Guangquan, Higgs, Matthew and Warner, Mark (2021) OMDDAC Snapshot Report 4: Survey of Public Perceptions of Data Sharing for COVID-19 related purposes. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Tiarks, Elizabeth and Oswald, Marion (2021) Response to the Law Commission Consultation on Reform of the Communications Offences. Other. Crown, London.

Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Dawda, Sneha, Emmett, Charlotte, Higgs, Matthew, Janjeva, Ardi, Li, Guangquan, Oswald, Marion, Sutton, Selina and Warner, Mark (2021) OMDDAC Snapshot Report 1: Data-driven Public Policy. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Dawda, Sneha, Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Emmett, Charlotte, Higgs, Matthew, Janjeva, Ardi, Oswald, Marion, Li, Guangquan, Sutton, Selina and Warner, Mark (2021) OMDDAC Snapshot Report 2: Tech-driven approaches to Public Health. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Janjeva, Ardi, Allsopp, Rachel, Bessant, Claire, Dawda, Sneha, Emmett, Charlotte, Higgs, Matthew, Li, Guangquan, Oswald, Marion, Sutton, Selina and Warner, Mark (2021) OMDDAC Snapshot Report 3: Policing and Public Safety. Other. OMDDAC, London.

Kotsoglou, Kyriakos and Oswald, Marion (2020) Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill 2019-21: Written Evidence: Dr Kyriakos N Kotsoglou, Senior Lecturer in Law (Criminal Evidence), Northumbria University and Marion Oswald, Vice Chancellor's Senior Fellow in Law, Northumbria University (CTSB01). Documentation. Parliamentary Publications, London.

Babuta, Alexander, Oswald, Marion and Janjeva, Ardi (2020) Artificial intelligence and UK national security: Policy considerations. Technical Report. RUSI, London.

Babuta, Alexander and Oswald, Marion (2020) Data analytics and algorithms in policing in England and Wales: Towards a new policy framework. Other. Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), London.

Oswald, Marion and Babuta, Alexander (2019) Data Analytics and Algorithmic Bias in Policing. Technical Report. Royal United Services Institute, London.

Babuta, Alexander, Oswald, Marion and Rinik, Christine (2018) Machine Learning Algorithms and Police Decision-Making: Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Challenges. Technical Report. Royal United Services Institute, London.

Thesis

Oswald, Marion (2020) Legal clashes and uncertainties in the digital age, with a particular focus on the public sector – researching across boundaries. Doctoral thesis, Northumbria University.

Other

Oswald, Marion (2021) ‘Data: a new direction’: Response to consultation: Written submission from Dr Marion Oswald. HM Government, London. (Submitted)

Oswald, Marion (2021) Written submission to the Committee on Standards in Public Life: Standards Matter 2: Public Consultation. HM Government, London. (Unpublished)

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