BSC Policing Network Early Career Prize
(Sponsored by Palgrave Macmillan)
This award acknowledges and encourages excellence in policing research and scholarship by early career members of the BSC (as defined in the eligibility criteria).
We are delighted to invite nominations for our 2021 Policing Network prizes. This year we are awarding two prizes:
- BSC Policing Network Sole Author Prize
- BSC Policing Network Early Career Prize
Full details including eligibility criteria can be found in the BSC Policing Network Prize 2021 (Guidelines).
Nominations, including a 250 word supporting statement outlining how the applicant meets the eligibility criteria and a PDF of the journal article, should be sent to the co-ordinators of prizes for the BSC Policing Network, Matthew Bacon (email@example.com) and Camilla De Camargo (firstname.lastname@example.org). These nominations must be received by 5pm on Friday 14th May 2021.
2020 – not awarded due to the COVID-19 outbreak
Dr David Churchill, University of Leeds.
‘I am just the man for Upsetting you Bloody Bobbies’: popular animosity towards the police in late nineteenth century Leeds’, Social History, 39(2), 248-266.
Previous Prize Winner
2014 – Joint winners: Anna Barker for ‘Communicating Security? Policing urban spaces and control signals‘ in Urban Studies and Daniel McCarthy for ‘Gendering ‘Soft’ policing: multi-agency working, female cops, and fluidities of of polic culture/s’ in Policing and Society.