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Fear and crime. Developmental impressions from England & Wales and Germany
ESC Executive Secretariat Annual Report 2022
The 22nd Annual ESC meeting in Malaga, Spain had an unprecedented 1875 attendees, the most significant participation ever recorded at a Eurocrim conference and was coupled with a record number of ESC members
Laudatio of Michael Tonry for the 2022 Distinguished services to the ESC award
Tthe Jury considers that Prof. Michael Tonry has given very distinguished services to the ESC and, therefore, fully deserves that award.
Declaration of the Executive Board of the ESC concerning the war in Ukraine, 21 April 2022
The Executive Board of the European Society of Criminology declares its utmost concern at Russia’s aggression against Ukraine
Note from the Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Team for the European Journal of Criminology
The last two years have been busy for the European Journal of Criminology
Candidates to the ESC board, 2023: Michele Burman - Election of ESC President
Election of ESC President: Candidate profile: Michele Burman
Candidates to the ESC board, 2023: Michael Levi - Election of ESC President
Election of ESC President: Candidate profile: Michael Levi
Candidates to the ESC board, 2023: Anna Di Ronco, at-large board member
Candidate profile: Anna Di Ronco
Candidates to the ESC board, 2023: Mirza Buljubašić, at-large board member
Candidate profile: Mirza Buljubašić
Criminology in Europe: Birth and Development of Criminology in Italy
Italy, the birthplace of criminology, still contributes strongly to the development of this science.
Eurocrim Conference’s Evolution: Challenges and Solutions
Developments and innovations in the annual meetings
New publication alert
Stewart Field and Cyrus Tata (eds, 2023) ‘Criminal Justice and the Ideal Defendant in the making of Remorse and Responsibility’ (Oxford: Hart, Onati International Series in Law & Society
Working Group reports : ESC Thematic Working Group on Juvenile Justice (TWGJJ)
The TWGJJ will again have a strong presence at the conference
Working Group report: European Working Group on Quantitative Methods in Criminology (EQMC)
EQMC aims to facilitate the cooperation between researchers focusing on the development and application of quantitative methods in criminology
Dossier: Researching Green Criminology in Europe (2)
Humans, nature and the other animals: Developments in green criminology in Northern Europe
Criminology is still required to produce evidence on harm production, crime commission and victimisation, as well as to support, improve and assess crime control practices