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Tim Hall is a social scientist with a background in human geography and criminology. He is interested in the relationships between globalisation and crime and has pioneered the application of perspectives from economic geography to the study of organised crime. He has published papers on these...

John is a lecturer in law at the University of Sussex. His research interests centre around terrorism and criminal justice reform in post-conflict states. He has worked as an independent expert adviser on counter terrorism for the UN and in 2016 received funding from ESRC to undertake a...

Anita Lavorgna holds a PhD in International Studies with a specialisation in Criminology and an LLM (cum laude) from the University of Trento. She joined Southampton as a lecturer in Criminology in 2015. She is in the Executive Committee of the ECPR Standing Group on Organised Crime.

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Marisol Maddox is an Arctic analyst at the Polar Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC. She is studying the ways transnational organised crime networks may evolve in the Arctic as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change, and options...

Angus Nurse is Director of Criminology & Sociology programmes at Middlesex University School of Law where he teaches and researches criminology and law.  He was Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Investigation at Birmingham City University from October 2011 to May 2013 and was Research...

Alexandria Reid is a Research Analyst in the Organised Crime and Policing team at RUSI. Her research covers a range of topics related to serious and organised crime, including environmental security, illicit trade and related illicit financial flows. She is Project Officer for the Strategic Hub...

John M. Sellar OBE CF has been connected with law enforcement for almost five decades; from 1973 in the Scottish Police Service, from 1997 with the United Nations and, since 2011, in an advisory capacity. As a Detective, he investigated murders and other serious crime but also dealt with human...

Professor Dina Siegel is full professor of criminology at the Willem Pompe Institute, Utrecht University in the Netherlands and chair of criminological department. 

Dr Simon Sneddon has been teaching at the University of Northampton since 2000, with his primary research and teaching interests lying in the areas of Organised Crime and Environmental Law. He has led an undergraduate module on Organised Crime since 2003 and a postgraduate module...

Alexander Sukharenko is a criminologist and an independent anti-corruption expert from the Far East of Russia. He is the Director of New Challenges & Threats Study Center, based in Vladivostok, Russia. Before that, he worked as a criminal investigator, lawyer and researcher....

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