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.


Day 4: Scottish Justice Fellowship Briefings

Dr Kirsty Deacon outlines the experiences of young people in Scotland who have a family member in prison (a parent or sibling) while they are also serving a prison sentence themselves.


Book your place now to attend our next SCCJR Seminar with Prof Thomas Ugelvik @ugelvik @IKRS_no who will be discussing 'The role of interpersonal trust in desistance processes.' Fri 5 March, 12noon GMT.


Super briefing on dangers of intervention 👏@fgillo10 Benign intentions of heroic profes'nals Will widen net *Unless* contained by limiting proportionality - a policy decision. Without it we'll repeat mistakes. @TheSCCJR @CYCJScotland @ComJusScot @weaver_beth @karynmccluskey

Day 3: Scottish Justice Fellowship Briefing
In this SJF briefing paper Dr Fern Gillon @fgillo10 illustrates a number of concerns regarding early intervention within the sphere of youth justice.

😍We love Rewind so much that we made the beat our intro/outro for the Just Humans Podcast.
It's a real treat to see the artists perform this live. Thank you.

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