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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Congratulations to SCCJR's Alistair Fraser @crmnlgy who was presented with an award for his co-authored paper, The Second Life of Kowloon Walled City: Crime, Media and Cultural Memory’ at the @HKUniversity Hong Kong Studies Association Annual Conference last week.

Criminalised women is making headlines in the news this week...our upcoming special issue on #women is more and more relevant. Coming in January 2018 and #openaccess
BBC News - Are too many women being jailed in Wales? https://t.co/In0fVqCHmn

"There’s something wrong with Scotland but we just can’t see it" says @karynmccluskey @TheScotsman We need to deliver change that people can see on our streets, in our schools, in our courts, in our prisons, and in our communities. Read more: https://t.co/hnLFH7ygJq #SmartJustice

Reflections on the footprint of migration research:
"As we belatedly join a prolific research field, we must be wary of the dangers of following blindly down well-trodden paths"
https://t.co/LMKrd6sddt

Was there #Scottish exceptionalism in #Violence trends: #Glasgow vs #London? Check out our new blog based on @ESRC-funded @AQMeNNetwork research on regional crime trends. https://t.co/dwxfkzizgB @U_Inequalities @EllieJWBates

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