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.


Tomorrow is the World's first surveillance camera day!
Everyone is welcome to contribute to the discussion and a number of organisations with an interest in surveillance cameras will be joining the conversation. #cameraday2019 …

Our very own Alistair Fraser @crmnlgy will be on @BBCRadio3 on Friday night with his essay, Hard Man in the Call Centre which was recorded in front of a live audience at the York Festival of Ideas.

This afternoon @HumzaYousaf will give his ministerial statement on SG's response to the Expert Review of Mental Health Services for Young People Entering and in Custody at HMP and YOI Polmont. You can watch here from 1.30pm

New blog post on some work I'm doing analysing songs from the Distant Voices project, thinking about songs as problem solving devices: @VoxLiminis @JoCollScott @fergus_mcneill @alisonurie @raukarna @OliverEscobar p.s links to some new songs in text!

The brilliant @TheSCCJR's @DrHannahGraham @Innovative_Just on #Australian #leadership and #leaders @nuclearban @tilmanaruff and @DimityHawkins
#Integrity, relational leadership and tenacious #courage of conviction

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