Criminal Justice Research Centre

Covid and Imprisonment: BSC and CJRC Event

Hybrid Mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus
Thursday 24th February 2022 (15:30-17:30)
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Covid and Imprisonment: BSC and CJRC Event 

This free ​ event is planned to take place F2F on campus at the University of Nottingham, 3.30-5.30pm February 24, 2022Room: E06 Monica Partridge Building The event will focus on Covid and imprisonment. Covid-permitting, the event will be hybrid - facilitating both F2F and online participation.  There will be a short Q&A with the panel, after the five short speeches. There will then be a drinks reception to end the event.  


Professor Lynn Saunders OBE - Prison leadership during Covid

Dr Olga Suhomlinova - Transgender and non-binary prisoners and Covid

Steve Bravery - Covid prison risk assessment, risk reduction, and remote reviews during Covid 

Paula Harriott & PPN - Covid-19 Action Prisons Project: Tracking Innovation, Valuing Experience 

Oscar O'Mara - A prison ethnography PhD during Covid.

This event is organised by the Midlands branch of the British Society of Criminology (which is led by the universities of Derby, Wolverhampton, and Nottingham) and the University of Nottingham's Criminal Justice Research Centre. The event organising committee is: Jess Egan (Derby), David Patton (Derby), Mel Jordan (Nottingham), Vicky Kemp (Nottingham), Larissa Sandy (Nottingham), Kate Moss (Derby), Soenita Ganpat (Derby), Yasmin Devi-Mcgleish (Wolverhampton), Kate Williams, (Wolverhampton), Emily Gray (Derby), and Jasper Donelan (Nottingham). 

Register for the in-person event (COVID-permitting) on Eventbrite 

Join the event online via Teams 

Criminal Justice Research Centre

School of Law
Law and Social Sciences building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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