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Dr Michael Woodiwiss

University of the West of England

Michael Woodiwiss is a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England. He has written, edited and co-authored many books and articles covering topics such as bootlegging, drug trafficking, criminal money management, official corruption and many types of corporate and financial crime.

Dr Matt Hopkins

University of Leicester

Matt Hopkins is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Criminology, University of Leicester.  He has published in a number of high quality journals such as the British Journal of Criminology, the International Review of Victimology, Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Security Journal on a v

Dr Math Noortmann

Coventry University

Math Noortmann is Professor in Transnational Law and Non-State Actors at the Center for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR) at Coventry University. He has taught and researched at Universities in the Netherlands, Singapore, Germany, and the UK. Holding a Ph.D.

Dr Karen Shalev Greene

University of Portsmouth

Karen Shalev Greene is the founder and Director or the Centre of the Study of Missing Persons at the University of Portsmouth. Her research focuses on Missing Persons and she collaborates with academics, law enforcement agencies and NGOs across the UK and internationally.

Dr John Jupp

University of Sussex

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.

Dr James Windle

University of East London

James Windle, PhD (Loughborough University) is a senior lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of East London, UK. His research focuses on illicit drug markets, illicit enterprise and street gangs.

Dr Imran Awan

Birmingham City University

Imran Awan is an Associate Professor in Criminology at Birmingham City University and an expert on issues related to counter-terrorism, policing and Muslim communities.  He is the author of a number of peer-reviewed papers in this area and is the co-editor of the books ‘Policing Cyber Hate, Cyber

Dr Hazel Cameron

University of St Andrews

Hazel Cameron is a criminologist and a lecturer of Peace and Conflict Studies within the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews. She was awarded her PhD at the University of Liverpool in July 2010.

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