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Institute of Criminology

 

HONORARY RESEARCH FELLOWS

 

 

Professor Darrick Joliffe

School of Law & Criminology, University of Greenwich

Research: The Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development (CSDD) is a prospective longitudinal study of 411 London males who were first assessed in 1961 - 62 at age 8 - 9.  The main aim of the CSDD is to study the development of offending and antisocial behaviour from childhood to adulthood. He will be co-directing this study and managing a new sweep of data collection of the men at ages 68 - 69.

Visiting: May 2021 - May 2024

Professor Andreas Kapardis

Faculty of Law, University of Cyprus

Visiting: September 2022 - May 2024

VISITING FELLOWS

 

Professor Paul Clark

School of Labor and Employment Relations, Pennsylvania State University

Investigating the UK police complaint and discipline processes by identifying and interviewing key officials of police forces, police associations, the government, independent oversight agencies, and academia.

Visiting: February 2024 - March 2024

Professor Indra de Soysa

Department of Social & Political Sciences, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway

Research: Examining the question of 'good governance' (legitimacy), homicide and interpersonal violence, both theoretically and empirically, bridging theories from politicial science focusing on governance and political violence with criminological theories to provide better insights into questions relating to institutional legitimacy and homicide.  He will also disaggregate data on homicide, violence and injury, and domestic violence to understand links from governance to murder.  

Visiting: October 2023 - March 2024

VISITING SCHOLARS

 

Dr Ruth Armstrong

Research: National and international experiences of life in prison and life post release from prison; education in prison; desistance from crime; impact through research; relationships between third sector/charitable sector/criminal justice sector and academia; death penalty; film making and audio production.

Visiting: October 2022 - September 2024

Dr Hanne Duinham

Assistant Professor of Forensic Youth Care Sciences at Utrecht University, focusing on the identification and prevention of violent youth radicalization in the context of misinformation and conspiracy belief. Her research, conducted in schools and judicial settings across the Netherlands and the UK, includes the project ‘Consumed by conspiracy: Examining the Risks and Solutions of Radicalization in Youth’, conducted in collaboration with Dr. Friedrich Lösel.

Visiting: December 2022 - December 2024

Dr Yannick van den Brink

Associate Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Yannick is conducting research on "Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage" with Dr Caroline Lanskey.

Visiting: May 2023 - February 2024

VISITORS

 

Rose Boyle

Visiting Student from Department of Criminology & Sociology of Law, Norway

Visiting: January 2024 - March 2024

Mr Yuki Ishiyama

National Police Agency of Japan

Research: a study on special investigative methods and their coordination with privacy aspects in the United Kingdom

Visiting: August 2023 - August 2023

Pernille Nyvoll

Visiting Student from Department of Criminology & Sociology of Law, Norway.

Visiting: January 2024 - March 2024

Mr Jaeha Park

Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of Korea, South Korea

Research: A Study of the Investigator Education and Training System

Visiting: August 2023 - February 2025

Mr Sangyong Park

Suwon Prosecutor's Office, South Korea

Research: Role of prosecutors in enhancing police accountability, with specific focus on comparing the prosecutor police relationship in the UK and Korea

Visiting: December 2023 - December 2024

Ms Yumiko Sugiuchi

National Police Agency of Japan

Research: Legislation and Research and Development for Practical Application and Widespread Use of Automated Driving

Visiting: August 2023 - August 2023

Fredrick Rom Taxhjelm

Visiting Student from University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Visiting: January 2024 - March 204