The History of the ICJR
The Institute’s founding Director, Professor Rutherford, was an active penal reformer (he was for many years the Chair of the Howard League for Penal Reform), and so the Institute has always maintained an interest in exploring and developing the relationship between criminal justice research and scholarship and policy and practice.
In recent months both the Law School and Social Sciences have recruited new academic staff who have become members of the Institute of Criminal Justice Research.
Meet one of our members - Alisa Stevens
Developing your research project; free online course to support you
New Web Science Institute to explore how the Web will shape our future
The Institute of Criminal Justice Research is proud to present this conference on the topic of ‘Critical Issues in Contemporary Penal Policy’. The day will be divided into three themes for discussion– Imprisonment of Dangerous Offenders, Future of Probation and Youth Justice.
Guest speakers including:
Sir David Calvert-Smith, Nick Hardwick CBE, Crispin Blunt MP, Andrew Bridges CBE, Professor Paul Senior, Paul McDowell, Penelope Gibbs, Frances Crook, Professor Roger Smith, Darren Tierney
SM is sick but Kink is cool – exploring ambivalent discourses that surround sadomasochism and health
13:00 - 15:00, 21 October 2014
Building 34/Room 2003
Joint event between the ICJR and HEAL with external speaker Dr Ummni Khan from Carleton University.