SCCJR

Welcome to the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

The Centre is a collaboration between the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde. The SCCJR aims to produce research that informs policy and practice and advances our understanding of justice.

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SCCJR has been invited to join a new Victims Taskforce chaired by Justice Secretary @HumzaYousaf & Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC which will meet for the first time today. Margaret Malloch from @StirlingUniCrim will represent the Centre. More here> https://t.co/iBiMbcOgL9

The Victims Taskforce, which has been creates to drive progress to ensure victims' voices are strengthened, meets for the first time in Edinburgh today.

The group is chaired by Justice Secretary @HumzaYousaf & Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC

Read more:
https://t.co/4XaoxZpaiv

🗣️We are searching for outstanding Criminology candidates to take up one of our new joint @EdinburghUni and @UofGlasgow PhD Studentships. This is a fantastic opportunity so please help us spread the word with a ❤️and/or RT. More info here> https://t.co/Q5Stu4BM8j

Have you heard about UofG's new PhD society? @danies394 interviewed co-founder David Peters to find out everything you need to know! #phdlife @UofGPhDSociety https://t.co/8neuCFhXug

Vacancy: Research Fellow in Administrative Data wanted to join the Administrative Data Research Centre in Scotland. Closing Date 3 Jan.
More info here> https://t.co/nh5IhgRoN2

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