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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🎦The recording of the SCCJR Seminar: Sensory Penalities which took place last week is now on our YouTube channel for you to watch again. Enjoy!
@SPenalities @KateHerrity
https://youtu.be/dGEX0Xk-CLE
#criminology #punishment #AcademicTwitter

In our next SCCJR Seminar join Dr Sophie Nakueira @maxplanckpress on Wed 3 Feb to discuss 'Policing through Documents? Examining the regulatory effects of implementing resettlement programs in a humanitarian context.'
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sccjr-seminar-series-policing-through-documents-tickets-138263450703
#Criminology #policing #humanitarian

TODAY at 12:00GMT! We are happy to welcome @slamble1 to present our first event of the semester! If you haven't already, please register to get the zoom link on: http://sarahlamble.eventbrite.co.uk/ :)

📢 Calling all Social Science PGRs in Scotland! We want to hear about your experiences with PGR training. Take part in one of our focus groups and help us offer the best training we can!

👉 To find out more, please contact @ju_znr or @Eleanor_Brown28.

#phdchat #PGR #PhD

CW read Abigail’s story as part of the Justice Journeys project https://tinyurl.com/y478m9lt
“Before court I would listen to the Wonder Woman soundtrack … I like epic music, I had a playlist where I just imagine walking past him because that kind of music makes you feel powerful.“

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