This epilogue touches on qualities and interests that have so far evaded the contributions in this anthology by the author. Peter Grabosky's engagement with all the authors' research on regulatory theory, policing, violence and cybercrime has been extensively covered, however the extraordinary diversity of Peter's work and experience is perhaps less on display. In reflecting on Grabosky's contribution to the study of crime and regulation, there are references made by the author regarding his work: murder-suicide, community policing and peacekeeping, Aboriginal deaths in custody, and explanations for the comparative variance in penal punishment. Grabosky served on the light cruiser USS Providence from 1966-1968, which had been refitted and commissioned as a guided missile light cruiser in 1959. His collaborative orientation and willingness to learn along with his students made for a generous and egalitarian atmosphere. It is this spirit that animates this anthology.
|Title of host publication||Criminal Justice and Regulation Revisited: Essays in Honour of Peter Grabosky|
|Editors||Lennon Y C Chang & Russell Brewer|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|