What is Digital Criminology? Exploiting technology to enhance rehabilitation
Monday 5th March 2018
Vijay Patel 2.02, De Montfort University
This session will offer three insights into the ways in which technology can facilitate rehabilitation and help boost recovery and desistance for offenders of crime. There is a small yet growing raft of research which has focused on this area within criminology. Much focus has been on how technology is facilitating criminal activity. This session, deviates from this growing trend in criminology and reports in detail how digitization is currently been employed and how rehabilitative agendas can be assisted by technology.
Our speakers include:
Dr Victoria Knight- De Montfort University UK
Jason Morris- Interventions Team- HMPPS UK
Dr James Tangen – De Montfort University UK
Steven Van De Steene- Smart Corrections Belgium
Free event: Book here
The Second Annual Emotion and Criminal Justice Conference 2018
2nd Annual Emotion and Criminal Justice Conference 2018
Call for abstracts closes 28th February 2018
Tuesday 15 May 2018, 9.15am - 4.45pm
Location: Devonshire Place, London Road, Leicester http://www.devonshire-place.co.uk/contact-us/
Keynote Speakers: Professor Robert Canton, De Montfort University and Jason Warr, De Montfort University
Registration information: Cost £65 for the full conference including refreshments and a buffet lunch. 20 discounted places reserved for full time students.
Key contact details: Helen Douds (0116 257 7891)/Danielle Beavon (0116 257 7538) (email@example.com)
This conference aims to once again bring together a range of scholars and practitioners with a passion for debate and interest in the developing field of emotion and criminal justice. Our exciting schedule draws upon national and international research and offers important additions to the debates about emotions in this sector.
Cost £65 for the full conference including refreshments and a buffet lunch. We have reserved 20 discounted places for full time students. Registration closes on Friday, 20th April 2018.
We will also provide a number of opportunities for postgraduate students to present their work.
If you are currently a postgraduate and interested in submitting an abstract for consideration please send your title and a 250 abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th February 2018.
Accepted abstracts will be confirmed by end of March 2018.