1 July marked the launch of the new Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing, a centre that will bring together a diverse group of over 40 researchers who either work in the area of crime, justice and policing or have methodological expertise.
The event offered a networking opportunity for internal and external stakeholders over lunch and included a range of presentations from researchers from the Centre to showcase their current work, research interests and areas of potential future collaboration.
View a selection of presentations from the Crime Justice and Policing Inaugural workshop:
- ‘The value of interdisciplinary working to address the problems of the CJS ’, Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay University of Birmingham
- ‘Carceral Spaces’, Dominique Moran University of Birmingham
- ‘The Better Policing Collaborative’, Emily Evans, University of Nottingham
- ‘Police-academic partnerships: The Crime Linkage International Network’, Jessica Woodhams University of Birmingham
- ‘Better Policing Collaborative: Cybercrime project’ David Hicks, University of Derby and Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, University of Birmingham
- ‘Child maltreatment: consequences and outcomes’ Julie Taylor University of Birmingham
- ‘Neurodevelopmental impairment in the youth justice system: understanding pathways to criminality and criminalisation’ Nathan Hughes University of Birmingham
- ‘Collaboration: partnerships and multi-agency working in blue light services’, Jon Parry/Sabina Enback, Skills for Justice