Oxford Centre for Criminology: 50th Anniversary Summer Conference

by | Mar 4, 2016

The Oxford Centre for Criminology invites you to the 50th Anniversary Summer Conference, ‘Contemporary Dilemmas in Criminal Justice,’ which is being held on 4 June 2016 from 9:15am to 6:00pm in the Andrew Wiles Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford.
This conference will bring together MPs, QCs, senior police, and many high-profile keynote figures from criminal justice non-profits to discuss contemporary dilemmas in criminal justice in three panels chaired by distinguished panel hosts from the world of media. The preliminary programme is available here.
The conference takes place on the day after our Annual Roger Hood Public lecture on ‘Criminal Justice in the Service of Security,’ by Professor Lucia Zedner, which you are very welcome to attend as well.
We anticipate this will be a sell-out event with conference delegates attending from around the world. Please book your place today through the University of Oxford’s Online Shop.
We hope you will be able to join us for this exciting event!

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