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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Great to see new research from @UoELawResearch colleagues @kathmurray1 @susanmcvie et al on looking at the use Stop and Search in #policing of young people in #England and #Scotland
https://t.co/5GYat1C2gZ

Delighted our @TheSIPR Special Constable project reports are published.
Summary here: https://t.co/6K8tTq2kYA
Full report here: https://t.co/vK7EemuCpq

Key findings:
✅Implement dual stream SCs structure
✅Improve training, support, opportunities for SCs
✅Enhance oversight https://t.co/8FImIhKOeU

We have a list of upcoming events we think you may be interested in on our website. Check it out ➡️https://t.co/xRf0MY9xsx

"Violent crime in Glasgow has significantly declined with a public health approach."

#LSEIQ podcast on #knifecrime with @CASE_LSE's @CooperKerris.
🎧 Soundcloud: https://t.co/l49hFF3Ak2
🎧 LSEPlayer: https://t.co/wnckPr4VRu

I’m VERY pleased to see this in print. As a p/t academic I struggle to find time for writing & worried that this was going to be another draft that didn’t get submitted. Thanks to @crmnlgy for pushing me to get it done, and @JofYS for such a smooth and supportive review process. https://t.co/BSFHKwauVB

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