Catch up with all of the latest news, articles and updates from the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing at the University of Birmingham.
By Professor Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor of Economics and Director of Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing.
A new policy brief by Professor Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor Anindya Banerjee and Juliana C. Pinto from the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing.
By Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing.
Nick Cowen, Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, and Juste Abramovaite analyse the effects of custodial and non-custodial sentences on recorded crime in England and Wales.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham has found online groomers appeared to be relatively consistent in terms of the strategies they used across with interactions with different victims.
Heather Flowe and Melissa Colloff consider this important matter in the Garda Review.
The inquiries have been submitted to committees in both the House of Lords and House of Commons.
Kari Davies in Garda Review: Using offender behaviour to find links between crimes has never been more important.
Director of the Centre for Crime Justice and Policing Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay writes in the latest edition of Garda Review: "Fear of crime and actual crime in Ireland should not be conflated."
As part of a Criminology Honors, Masters and PhD masterclass, Paul will present a lecture entitled 'Theorising Evidence Based Policing: A Discourse Analysis'.
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.
Visiting scholar (Criminal Justice) John Kendall in The Conversation: A visiting scheme envisaged to deter police misconduct in custody is not fit for purpose.
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"
Collaborative book (academic/practitioner), communicating knowledge & research findings in the neurobiological field for those working with offenders and policy designers for rehabilitation and criminal justice systems
Hosted by the Centre for Crime Justice and Policing (CCJP), this Conference highlighted the latest research, bringing together the field's leading Psychology, Economics, Public Health and Domestic Violence experts.
Fazeelat Duran, a PhD student in the School of Psychology and the Centre for Applied Psychology has been investigating the impact of the psychological contract on the wellbeing of UK firefighters.
Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Co-Director of the Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing, writes in the Business School Blog in aid of sexual abuse and violence awareness week.
Dr. Juliane Kloess writes in the December 2017 issue of Garda Review.
Centre Director Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay contributes to a piece on the shifting economics of robbery in The Economist.
Centre Director Siddhartha in the Garda Review: "..how do we balance the need for prosecutors to be independent and yet accountable to the public?"
Dr Jessica Woodhams will be one of the guest speakers at the Behavioural Analysis Conference 2018, an event for the security and aviation industries.
"Harsher punishment may seem like a solution to Ireland's criminal justice woes but it does not equate to lower crime." Read more here.
We are pleased to welcome to the Centre John O'Keeffe, a prominent criminologist, lecturer in forensic psychology, criminal law lecturer and broadcaster
Centre Co-Director Jessica Woodhams has been featured in a substantial profile in Mercedes AMG Magazine.
Researchers from the University of Birmingham's Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing have been featured in a new 'Above and Beyond' campaign, launched at the Police Federation Conference
For a limited time, ScienceDirect is making this article - one of the first outputs from the Crime Linkage International Network - available to download for free.
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.