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The Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing builds on the University of Birmingham's world class reputation for academic excellence by bringing together a diverse group of academic researchers, working within the areas of crime, justice and policing. The Centre acts as a unifying hub to support the needs of practitioners, providing training that will lead to sustainable knowledge transfer.
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Posted 23 July 2018
As part of a Criminology Honors, Masters and PhD masterclass, Paul will present a lecture entitled 'Theorising Evidence Based Policing: A Discourse Analysis'.
Posted 15 June 2018
The University of Birmingham (Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing), the University of Nottingham (Centre for Health and Justice) and the charity Skills for Justice hosted the UK Emergency Services Collaboration conference at Birmingham University on Wednesday 6th of June 2018 between 10.30am and 3pm.
Posted 02 May 2018
Visiting scholar (Criminal Justice) John Kendall in The Conversation: A visiting scheme envisaged to deter police misconduct in custody is not fit for purpose.
Posted 17 April 2018
Centre Co-Director Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay in the Birmingham Perspective: "There is a need to better understand the complex social interactions that lead to crime and disorder"
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