Welcome to the British Society of Criminology
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we were forced to cancel our 2020 conference which would have been hosted by The University of Liverpool. This decision meant delegates missed the chance to network with their peers and present their research. In recognition of these lost opportunities we wanted to offer some alternative ways of engaging.
Follow the link to the landing page for link to events, podcasts, video and more. We look forward to developing this further during the summer. If you wish to make a contribution please contact us at email@example.com
UPDATE – Changes due to COVID-19
Alternative arrangements are being made to store all post (unopened) until we are back in the office. Please use email to contact us, scanning any documents. All steps are being taken to keep the services to you, our members, as uninterrupted as possible.
We are sad to announce the cancellation of the annual conference, including postgraduate event, scheduled to take place at the University of Liverpool 8-10th July 2020. We hope you and your families stay safe and we hope to see you at our conference next year.
The British Society of Criminology aims to further the interests and knowledge of both academic and professional people who are engaged in any aspect of work or teaching, research or public education about crime, criminal behaviour and the criminal justice systems in the United Kingdom. The Society has been in existence for nearly 60 years and has a wide-ranging membership based here and overseas.
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BSC Blog of the Year Award – 2020
It is with pleasure that we announce we are launching the ‘Blog of the Year Award 2020’ to the best article published on our Blog during this calendar year.
If you want to submit an article for the blog, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please explore our site to find information about the Society and its regional and network activities, links to other events, calls for papers, research (including, QAA benchmarks, ethical statement and websites of potential use to criminologists), and a jobs board of current vacancies in criminology.
If you are interested in becoming a member, you can apply from the Membership page. Membership includes a personal subscription to the Society’s official journal Criminology & Criminal Justice and, for most categories of membership, subscription to The British Journal of Criminology.
BSC Members Book Draw
This month the book draw is for ebook copies of:
To enter the book prize draw, please email email@example.com with ‘Prize Draw: July’ in the subject line. The closing date is July 31, 2020. The draw will be made Monday August 3, 2020. All entries are checked as being BSC members and then drawn randomly. We only contact the winner directly. Notice of the winner will be made in the BSC bulletin, the website and on Twitter.
This month the book draw was for a copy of ‘The Emerald Handbook of Feminism, Criminology and Social Change‘, by BSC President Sandra Walklate, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Jude McCulloch and Jane Maree Maher. The winner was BSC Member Marian Duggan. Thank to Emerald Publishing for supporting the BSC book draw.
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