Radzinowicz Prize 2018

Monday, 4 March 2019

The Editorial Board of the British Journal of Criminology award the Radzinowicz Prize each year to the person who ‘most contributes to knowledge of criminal justice issues and the development of criminology’.

The prize, named in honour of criminologist Sir Leon Radzinowicz, is one of the most prestigious awards in criminology.

The 2018 prize is awarded jointly to the authors of the following articles:

Does Stop And Search Deter Crime? Evidence From Ten Years Of London-Wide Data

by Matteo Tiratelli, Paul Quinton and Ben Bradford


Troubling Recognitions In British Responses To Modern Slavery

by David Gadd and Rose Broad