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.