Reflections from staff and students of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

Events of interest


  • June 27: Professor Fergus McNeill will be joined by panelists with experience of being supervised for the 20th Annual Bill McWilliams Memorial Lecture, Helping, Holding and Hurting: A Dialogue about Penal Supervision at the University of Cambridge. More details here and to book a place contact Joanne Garner (


  • July 10: Rehabilitation and managing risk in the community: new approaches, changing dynamics is a free research seminar co-hosted by the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Stirling and the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR). It is open to academics and student researchers, policymakers, practitioners and others with relevant interests in criminology, the fields of criminal justice justice and alcohol and other drugs and addictions services; please RSVP by registering via Eventbrite.


  • October 10 and 13: The series Developing Restorative Justice in Scotland will conclude with two day conferences. One will connect and develop the specific focus on RJ with the emotional needs not only of those harmed and those who have harmed others, but also of professionals in the justice process as well as public communication. The other will focus on RJ in Scotland and, drawing on the learning from the programme of conversations, generate propositions for the development of RJ practice and policy here. Keep an eye on the website for updates.

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