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Anna Sergi holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Essex where she currently lectures in Criminology. She holds an LLM in Criminal Law, Criminology and Criminal Justice from King’s College
London and a Master Law Degree, with a specialism in Comparative Criminal Procedure from the...

Daniel Silverstone conducts research on the incidence of ‘organised crime’ , ‘gangs’ and their combating.  He publishes in a wide range of relevant journals.

 

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Georgina Sinclair is a consultant to government/police in the fields of policing, security and justice within wider security sector reform and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies (University of London). Since 2010, she has supported the Association of Chief Police...

Tom Sorell is Professor of Politics and Philosophy and Head of the Interdisciplinary Ethics Research Group in PAIS. He was an RCUK Global Uncertainties Leadership Fellow (2013-2016). Previously, he was John...

Peter Squires is a Professor of Criminology and Public Policy at the University of Brighton, his recent work has ranged across gun control and firearm-related crime, community safety policy, policing, youth crime, gangs and anti-social behaviour management. He is the author of several books, the...

Alberto Testa is an applied sociologist of deviance & crime and Associate Professor in Criminology at the University of West London, UK. Dr. Testa has achieved Certified Sociological Practitioner Status (CSP) which is granted by the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology (USA)....

Darren Thiel has research and publication experience on UK-based terrorist threats, recruitment, radicalisation, and counter terrorism policing; the management of migration; the victims of crime, and the criminal justice system. He is currently interested in state terrorism and the victims of...

Dr. Vorobyeva is a post-doctoral fellow at the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University. Her research interests include gang violence, drug trafficking, organized crime, rule of law, and illicit financial flows, with special focus on Latin America and Russia. She...

David S. Wall is Professor of Criminology at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies in the School of Law where he researches and teaches cybercrime, identity crime, organised crime, policing and intellectual property crime. He has published a wide range of 40+ articles and 12+ books on these...

Dr Martin Wright is the Academic Director of Anti-Fraud Consultants Ltd. He was a police officer for 30 years before joining the University of Wolverhampton in 2008. At the university he was the Director of the Central Institute for the Study of Public Protection and Head of Department of...

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