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CrimNet: York's research network on crime and criminal justice

The University of York has extensive research expertise in crime and criminal justice spread across various departments in the Social Sciences and beyond. CrimNet is a forum in which academics interested in crime can share their expertise and collaborate across departments.

CrimNet aims to:

  • share research expertise and encourage collaboration across disciplines and beyond academia
  • promote research that gives a voice to the diverse actors in and affected by the criminal justice system
  • facilitate crime-related external funding applications
  • generate publicity for the University of York's crime-related research
  • support postgraduate research students through a regular forum to discuss each other's research.

Events

Wed
4
Mar

Understanding Consent: the defendant with an autistic spectrum disorder accused of sexual offence

A morning seminar in Newcastle hosted by PORSCH and led by Ann Attwood and Professor Elaine Hall (Northumbria Law School)

Tue
17
Mar

Forensic CAT Conference

This one-day conference in Durham considers how Cognitive Analytic Therapy can be used with offenders

Wed
18
Mar

York Interdisciplinary Centre for Cyber Security inaugural event

A one-day event to promote interdisciplinary research related to cyber security

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News

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Contact details

University of York
York
YO10 5DD

Tel: +44 (0)1904 321670

@UoYCrimNet

Our strands

Drugs and Alcohol

Gender Matters

Prisons and Penal Policy

Policing

‌York Crime Walk

Get involved

Keep up to date with CrimNet:

Steering group

Find out more about the CrimNet steering group.

Student partners

Find out more information about the student Crime and Criminal Justice society (CrimSoc).