July 2018 – Routledge contributed a copy of ‘Research Ethics in Criminology: Dilemmas Issues and Solutions‘, by M. Cowburn, L. Gelsthorpe and A. Wahidin. This was won by BSC member Ian Mahoney.
May 2018 – this month Cambridge Scholars gave two of their recent titles: Corpus Juris of Islamic International Criminal Justice and Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children. They were won by BSC members David Adams and Ross Bull.
April 2018 – ’50 Facts Everyone Should Know…’ was won by Rebecca Johnson, a student member from Liverpool University. This was donated by Policy Press.
March 2018 – ‘Introduction to Policing’ by Michael Rowe was won by BSC members Emily Hawkins and Kevin Hoffin. This was donated by SAGE.
SPECIAL BOOK GIVEAWAY
We had a special book giveaway to mark International Women’s Day.
‘Women’s Imprisonment and the Case for Abolition’ edited by Linda Moore, Phil Scraton, Azrini Wahidin
Our winners were Alisa Stevens and Gill Buck. Congratulations to them both.
February 2018 – won by Carina O’Reilly. She receives ‘The short guide to criminal justice’ by Lisa O’Malley and Sharon Grace donated by Policy Press.
January 2018 – won by Dario Serrati. He receives Public Confidence in Criminal Justice by Liz Turner donated by Palgrave Macmillan.
December 2017 – Christmas 2017 Bumper Book Draw was won by: Simon White; Emma Milne; Jennifer Sloan; Kevin Hoffin; Ross Bull and Charlotte Harris.
November 2017 – won by Davina Cull; Katherine Watson; Maria De Angelis and Stuart Piper. They receive one of the following: Introduction to criminal justice – Harding, Davies, Mair or Victims, Crime and Society – Davies, Francis, Greer.
October 2017 – won by BSC members Joanna Foster and Rafe McGregor. They each receive a copy of the OUP book ‘Criminology’, edited by BSC members Steve Case, Phil Johnson, David Manlow, Roger Smith, and Kate Williams.
September 2017 – won by BSC member Jane Healy. She received the Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts, edited by BSC members Avi Brisman, Eamonn Carrabine and Nigel South.
August 2017 – won by the following BSC members: Ahmad Saledin, David Adams, Zeynep Orhan, Melissa Pepper, Victoria Silverwood, Daryl Kenny. They each win a copy of the Oxford Handbook of Criminology
July 2017 – won by Steve Wakeman (Liverpool John Moores University). He won The Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology (donated by Routledge).
June 2017 – won by Hannah Quirk (University of Manchester) and Stephanie Hayman. They won copies of Hillsborough The Truth by Phil Scraton (donated by Penguin).
May 2017 – won by David Bell (East Riding College). He won a copy of Gambling, Crime and Society by James Banks (donated by Palgrave Macmillan).
April 2017 – won by Jack Armstrong (Chester University) and Pamela Davies (Northumbria University). They won a copy each of Supporting victims of hate crime A practitioner guide by Kusminder Chahal (donated by Policy Press)
March 2017 – Cambridge Scholars kindly donated these two books:
Human Trafficking, by BSC Member Maria De Angelis – won by Carole Murphy, St Mary’s University.
A Zoo of Lusts…A Harem of Fondled Hatreds, by Deveryle James – won by Steven Cammiss, University of Leicester
February 2017 – won by Jo Noblett from the University of Strathclyde, Robert Regoli (et al) ‘Delinquency in Society‘ (10th edition).
January 2017 – won by Sarah Pemberton from BCU. She won a copy of Dr Beth Weaver’s book ‘Offending and Desistance: The Importance of Social Relations’
December 2016 – won by: Steve Wakeman, Pamela Davies, Gail Super, Carole Murphy, Matthew Ball, Charlotte Barlow, Emma Milne and Dan Cartwright.
November 2016 – won by Laura Bainbridge from the University of York. Her prize is from Policy Press, Sports Criminology: A critical criminology of sport and games.
October 2016 – won by Professor Pat Carlen. Her prize was from Palgrave Macmillan, Confronting Gun Violence in America.
September 2016 – won by Dr Iain Channing, Plymouth University. His prize was from Policy Press – Understanding Police Intelligence Work.