BSC Crime and Justice Statistics Network
Professor Allan Brimicombe
Prof. Kate Bowers, Prof. Shane Johnson (UCL), Pat Mayhew OBE (Consultant Criminologist), Prof. Ravinder Barn (Royal Holloway University), Dr Ian Brennan (university of Hull), Dr Les Humphreys (University of Lancaster), Matt Ashby (Nottingham Trent University), Prof. Andromachi Tseloni (Nottingham Trent University).
Observers: John Flatley, Mark Bangs (ONS), Sophie Riley, Damon Wingfield (HO), Steve Ellerd-Elliott (MoJ) and Cassie Barton (Parliament).
The Crime and Justice Statistics Network (CJSN) is a specialist network of the British Society of Criminology and is a co-opted group of the Royal Statistical Society Statistics User Forum (RSS SUF).
Membership of the network is unrestricted. Its aims are to:
- Provide an arena for debate about the production and publication of crime and justice statistics;
- Engage and consult with the key producers of governmental crime and justice statistics;
- Work with the producers of crime and justice statistics to improve their quality and accessibility;
- Work to improve perception and public trust in crime and justice statistics, where such improvements of trust is warranted – thus working closely with official from MoJ, HO, ONS, Parliament;
- Support the proper interpretation of crime statistics;
- Encourage greater analytic use of criminal justice statistics and surveys.
To achieve these aims the CJSN engage in activities that include:
- Mounting Seminars, Meetings & conferences;
- Disseminating information through the JISCmail list CRIM-BCS-USERS;
- Responding to events and/or requests for information;
- Facilitating where possible funding for analysis.
The RSS SUF can be found here
- Strong participation in the BSC conference in Nottingham from 7-9 July 2016
- CJSN/Police Network conference in September 2016
- CJSN Winter 2016 conference.
You can join our JISCmail list here: www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=CRIM-BCS-USERS
Contact the Network
Pat Mungroo, JP (Cannabis Research Forum)