How did the indyref shape thinking about justice in Scotland?
SCCJR researchers at the University of Stirling have been exploring the impact of the 2014 independence referendum on civic participation, and what this means for conceptualisations of justice.
Alistair Fraser to bring his research to BBC Radio 3 as New Generation Thinker
The SCCJR’s Alistair Fraser has been confirmed as one of this year’s New Generation Thinkers, beating off competition from across the UK.
SCCJR responds to proposed Scottish Crime and Justice Survey changes
Our academics have responded to the Scottish Government’s call for comments on proposed changes to this large-scale social survey asking people about their experiences and perceptions of crime.
New web project to explore the meaning of sentences
Two SCCJR researchers are seeking contributions to an exciting new website, My Sentence, which will provide a space for people to explore and share the meaning of their sentences in creative ways.
Dr Anna Souhami researches ‘policing at the periphery’ on Scottish islands
The SCCJR researcher is exploring the experiences of policing in the most remote parts of Scotland, at the periphery of police scholarship and practice.
Introducing the SCCJR blog
SCCJR has launched a new blog bringing together crime and justice-related reflections by from staff and students, from PhD project updates and conference notes to arts reviews and listings of lectures, seminars and other events of interest.