British Society of Criminology

The British Society of Criminology is a learned society whose full members profess particular knowledge and expertise in the field of criminology. British law recognizes it as a charitable body because of its contribution to public education. The Society has 950 members, of whom 25 percent are students, and almost 10 percent live outside the United Kingdom. Some of these latter are expatriate members, while others are foreign nationals with an interest in British criminology.

The Society operates a program of conferences and seminars, which attract international delegates and speakers. The largest of these is the annual residential British Criminology Conference, which is organized jointly with a host university. The Society also runs two conferences per year and special events in association with government agencies. Criminologists ...

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