Building on its reputation for producing world-leading and internationally excellent research and scholarship in the broad field of criminal justice, the School of Law's Criminal Justice Research Centre was established in October 2013.
The centre aims to enhance the school's track record for domestic and comparative criminal justice research, reflecting diverse theoretical and methodological approaches which have been developed in areas such as:
Image credit: Lady Justice at the Old Bailey by Ronnie McDonald via Flickr Creative Commons.
As a Centre of Excellence for research and teaching in the field of Criminal Justice, it provides a supportive research community for encouraging interdisciplinary and international impact-focussed academic collaborations and stakeholder partnerships.
The centre actively supports early career researchers and research students in developing the competencies necessary to become future leaders in their fields.
The centre is supported by an Advisory Board comprised of senior figures from key criminal justice agencies and internationally esteemed academics.
By proactively engaging stakeholders in our research activities through our Advisory Board, we are able to produce research outputs that are not only excellent, but also timely and relevant to policy-makers, practitioners, society at large, and the academic community.
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The centre is part of two of the University's Research Priority Areas - Governance and Public Policy; and Rights and Justice.
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