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Prof Tim Hall

University of Winchester

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.

Prof Stuart Kirby

University of Central Lancashire

Stuart Kirby is a Professor in Policing and Criminal Investigation at the UCLan. His first career was as a Lancashire Police Officer, retiring as Detective Chief Superintendent, with responsibility for Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime (amongst other specialist areas).

Prof Peter Squires

University of Brighton

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.

Prof Paul Baines

Cranfield University

Paul Baines is Professor of Political Marketing, Cranfield University. He has authored and co-authored more than a hundred published articles, book chapters and books on marketing issues.

Prof Nicholas Tsagourias

University of Sheffield

Nicholas Tsagourias is professor of International Law at the University of Sheffield. He completed his law studies at the University of Thessaloniki in Greece, obtaining an LL.M. from the University of Bristol and his PhD from the University of Nottingham.

Prof Michael Levi

Cardiff University

Michael Levi has degrees from Oxford, Cambridge, Southampton and Cardiff Universities and has been Professor of Criminology at Cardiff University since 1991.  He has been conducting international research on the control of white-collar and organised crime, corruption and money laundering/ financi

Prof Mark Button

University of Portsmouth

Mark Button has led research for the National Fraud Authority and ACPO on fraud victims, which involved interviews with the largest group of fraud victims to date in the UK. He has also conducted research for Acromas on ‘Crash-for-Cash’ fraudsters.

Prof Liz Campbell

University of Durham

Liz Campbell is Francine McNiff Chair of Criminal Jurisprudence at Monash University. Previously, she was Chair of Criminal Law at the University of Durham, having held posts at the University of Edinburgh and University of Aberdeen.

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