Want to work for SCCJR?
The University of Glasgow is recruiting a senior lecturer in criminology to join the SCCJR team at Ivy Lodge. Deadline for applications is December 6th 2015.
Trafficking Culture: What’s It To Me? seminar series begins
The Trafficking Culture Society is pleased to announce its Autumn 2015 seminar series, What’s It To Me? Relevancy and Impact of Doing Research on the Illicit Antiquities Trade.
SCCJR contributes to Crime, Justice and Society in Scotland
The new book Crime, Justice and Society in Scotland features chapters by SCCJR staff on organised crime, desistance and criminal justice policy in Scotland.
Electronic Monitoring: Tagging Technologies in Criminal Justice
New report on electronic monitoring (EM) published by SCCJR as the Scottish Government’s future vision for the use of EM tagging technologies is announced. More…
New book about community punishment in Europe sheds light on ‘mass supervision’
The SCCJR’s Fergus McNeill has co-edited a new book exploring the origins, evolution and adaptations of supervision in 11 European jurisdictions. Community Punishment: European Perspectives, co-edited with Gwen Robinson, illuminates the phenomenon of ‘mass supervision’. More…