Launch of the British Society of Criminology Midlands Regional Network: Gender, Crime and Justice

On Wednesday 15 October, Nottingham Trent University was delighted to host the Launch of the British Society of Criminology Midlands Regional Network: Gender, Crime and Justice.

On Wednesday 15 October, Nottingham Trent University was delighted to host the Launch of the British Society of Criminology Midlands Regional Network: Gender, Crime and Justice.

The event offered the opportunity for guest speakers to discuss their research and engage in dialogue about crime, criminal justice, criminalisation and social exclusion; and / or their involvement with a variety of campaigning and community groups affected by such processes.

Azrini Wahidin, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Nottingham Trent University and Chair of the British Society of Criminology Regional Network, said: "The event attracted over 75 delegates from all over the UK to hear Chris Cutland, Deputy Commissioner of Police in Nottingham, Dr Linda Moore from the University of Ulster and Governor Claire Orton from HMP Foston Hall."

"Academics, students, policy makers, strategic leads and members of the College of Policing, Crown Prosecution Service, Probation Service and Women's Aid attended the event, to name a few of the organisations represented."

"The content of the evening promoted interesting discussions and good networks were forged."

The BSC Midlands Regional Network will be hosting seminars at different universities in the Midlands area.

If you would like to find out more information about the British Society of Criminology and their upcoming events, please visit their website.

Launch of the British Society of Criminology Midlands Regional Network: Gender, Crime and Justice

Published on 24 October 2014
  • Category: Press office; School of Social Sciences

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