Law and Criminology students from Edge Hill University gained unique insight from a trip to Germany funded by the Student Opportunity Fund.
On Wednesday 5th June 2019 from 2pm – 4pm in B105 investigative journalist Ruth Hopkins will talk about her investigation into a South African prison run by British company G4S. Ruth uncovered widespread use of electroshocking, suspicious deaths, forced medication with anti-psychotic drugs and lengthy isolation of inmates at multinational security company G4S’ Bloemfontein prison. Major international news networks ran the story, a governmental investigation was announced and G4S saw its shares drop.
Dr Alana Barton and Anita Hobson have won the award for outstanding contribution to teaching at the recent Student Led Staff Awards 2019 after being nominated for their work on the innovative Learning Together module.
Friday, 3rd May 2019 from 19.00 until 00.00 in Sages, Edge Hill University – £22 (Price includes VAT).
Join us for a fantastic evening of food, wine and music in Sages, Edge Hill University. This will be our last opportunity to get together before the end of the academic year to celebrate all that we have achieved this year, and also hand over to our new society committees!
A new Training and Simulation Facility for students studying Policing and Law degrees is now open at Edge Hill University.
The Department of Law & Criminology are holding a Careers Fair on Tuesday 19th March 2019 from 10:30 to 13:00 in the Law & Psychology Building Foyer.
If you are interested in Graduate Jobs, Work Experience opportunities, Volunteering or Sandwich Placements, why not come along.
Power, Discourse and Harm Research Group Seminar The Violence of Austerity Wednesday 27 February, 2pm, Tech Hub Dr. Vickie Cooper of the Open University One decade after the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), austerity cuts continue to devastate communities. As well as highlight the architects of austerity and the political decisions underlying fiscal discipline, this talk […]
A top expert in human rights, social policy and criminal law has received a British Academy Visiting Fellowship and will spend six months at Edge Hill University working on a major project.
Andrew Millie’s new book explores the link between philosophy and criminology.
Andrew Millie, Professor of Criminology at Edge Hill, is the editor of a prestigious new book series for Policy Press entitled New Horizons in Criminology.