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2020 Criminology Day

last modified Oct 20, 2020 01:49 PM

2020 Crim Day people

On Friday 9 October, bringing to a close the new students Induction week, the Institute hosted its annual Criminology Day.

This year the Institute hosted a socially distanced exhibition of Criminology Research and Project Posters from the Institute's Research Centres, staff and current PhD students.  New and current members of the Institute had an opportunity to meet together and talk about the many areas of research being carried by the Institute. 

There were posters on display from :

  • Joint Enterprise and Serious Violence Study
  • Targeting Domestic Abuse with Police Data
  • Volume Crime Solvability
  • Life Imprisonment from Young Adulthood
  • Crime and its Explanation
  • Violence Research Centre: Crime Networks, Illegal Governance and Communities; COVID-19, Legitimacy and Counter-terrorism Policing; COVID-19 Crime, EBLS, z-proso; Youth Violence, Mental Health, Bullying
  • The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Shared Reading Project
  • Crime Trajectories
  • Social Disadvantages
  • PADS+ study
  • Drawing Connections ...at the edges

Further information on the research being undertaken by members of the Institute can be found on the Research Centres webpages, and on the Institute's Publication webpages.

 

 

2020 Crim Day PIPES poster 2020 Crim Day Drawing Connections
2020 Crim Day VRC Poster 2020 Crim Day Young People trajectories of Crime