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Institute of Criminology


Michaelmas 2012 Term Seminars View seminars happening during Michaelmas term 2012

Long-Term Adverse Outcomes of School Bullying and Victimization
Speaker:Dr Maria Ttofi
Thursday 29 November 2012

Crime and the Camera:Making Prison Documentaries: The Work of Rex Bloomstein
Speaker:Rex Bloomstein
Thursday 15 November 2012

The Spectacular Few:Prisoner Radicalization and the Evolving Terrorist Threat
Speaker:Professor Mark S Hamm
Thursday 1 November 2012

Evidence-Based Policing at a Tipping point? Discussing the recent developments in evidence-based policing in the UK, Latin America, India, Australia and Asia.
Speaker:Professor Lawrence Sherman
Thursday 25 October 2012

Less Crime on the Tube: The London Underground Hotspots Experiment
Speaker:Dr Barak Ariel
Thursday 18 October 2012

Testing Crime Prevention 'r Selling a Product? Conflicts of Interest in Criminology
Speaker:Professor Manuel Eisner
Thursday 11 October 2012

Breaking Rules: Exploring and explaining the causes of young people’s crime - 15th Annual Nigel Walker Lecture
Speaker:Professor Per-Olof Wikstrom
Tuesday 18 September 2012

Riots, Revolution and Rehabilitation: The Future of Probation
Speaker:Steve Collett
20 June 2012

Effective Probation Services and Effective Community Sentences: A Joint Practice/Academic Seminar
Speaker:Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe et al
29 May 2012

Crime Prevention: A Nutritional Approach
Speaker:Professor Adrian Raine
24 May 2012

Informal Carers and Private Law Cambridge Socio-Legal Group
Speaker:Dr Brian Sloan
23 May 2012

Successful Implementation of What Works: Model Practices and a Victim’s Right
Speaker:Professor Irvin Waller
17 May 2012

Brain Mechanisms and the Criminal Mind
Speaker:Professor Adrian Raine
8 May 2012

Legitimacy and Criminal Justice An International Symposium
Main Speakers:Anthony Bottoms, Jean Marc Coicaud, John Dunn, Mike Hough, Michael Levi, Alison Liebling, Peter Neyroud, Lawrence Sherman, Jonathan Simon, Justice Tankebe, Tom Tyler, Dirk van Zyl Smit
2nd - 4th May

Lent Term 2012 Seminars
The English Riots in 2011A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives
Speaker:Professors Friedrich Losel, Loraine Gelsthorpe, Alison Liebling, Lawrence Sherman and Dr Ben Crewe
Thursday 22 March 2012

Benighted or De-knighted - but Seldom Incarcerated:The Shredding of Reputations and Other Issues in the Sanctioning of Business Crimes and Misdemeanours
Speaker:Professor Michael Levi
Thursday 15 March 2012

“Relational Re-entry” of Disordered and Disruptive Offenders in the US
Speaker:Professor Beth Angell
Thursday 23 February 2012

Offender Desistance Policing “Operation Turning Point in West Midlands
Speaker:Peter Neyroud
Thursday 16 February 2012

Crime and Decision Theory
Speaker:Professor Lawrence Sherman
Thursday 16 February 2012

Psychopathic Personality: Capturing an Elusive Clinical Concept
Speaker:Professor David J Cooke
Thursday 9 February 2012