British Journal of Criminology
A new study based on data from the Crime Survey of England and Wales suggests that British Muslims are not as affected by violent crime nor as disapproving of the police as previously thought, reports The Independent.
This week the British Society of Criminology is holding its annual conference in Liverpool.
To coincide with the conference a free virtual issue of the British Journal of Criminology (BJC) on 'Global Criminology: Prospects and Challenges' is available on the BJC website.
The Centre established the BJC in 1950 and it is one of the longest running, and influential, criminological journals in the world.
Each year the Editors of the British Journal of Criminology award the Radzinowicz Prize for the article that in their view has most contributed to knowledge of criminal justice issues and the development of criminology.
The prize is named in honour of Sir Leon Radzinowicz, one of the major figures in the development of criminology in Britain.