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Saturday, September 29, 2012

British Society of Criminology South Branch and the Mannheim Centre for Criminology – LSE 2012/13 Seminar Series


British Society of Criminology South Branch and the Mannheim Centre for Criminology – LSE
2012/13 Seminar Series

10 Oct Professor Rosie Meek, University of Teesside
The role of sport in rehabilitation and desistance from crime
LSE: New Academic Building, Room 1.07

7 Nov Matthew Bacon, University of Sheffield
Taking care of the drug business: A study of police detectives, drug law enforcement and proactive investigation
LSE: Connaught House, Room 1.05

5 Dec Professor Jon Silverman, University of Bedfordshire and former Home Affairs Editor BBC 
Crime policy and the media
LSE: New Academic Building, Room 1.07

16 Jan Professor Wayne Morrison, Queen Mary University of London Lessons for the study of state crime from the Nazi era
LSE: New Academic Building, Room 1.07
13 Feb David Scott, University of Central Lancashire 
Ghosts beyond our realm: prison officer occupational culture and less eligibility
LSE: New Academic Building, Room 1.07

13 Mar Ros Burnett, University of Oxford
False allegations of abuse in positions of trust
LSE: New Academic Building, Room 1.07
15 May Professor Mike Nash, University of Portsmouth 
Co-operating or Coerced? The 'others' in public protection.
LSE: Connaught House, Room 1.05

12 Jun Professor David Wilson Birmingham City University
What we can learn from the history of British serial killing
LSE: Connaught House, Room 1.05

The seminars will begin at 6.30pm, with wine from 6.15pm, and we recommend arriving early to be sure of a seat.  We hope you will also be able to stay for drinks with the speaker afterwards.


Directions:http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/mapsAndDirections/travellingToLSE.htm

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