Stockholm Prize in Criminology 2018

Stockholm
Sweden
SE
12 Jun 2018 to 14 Jun 2018

The nomination period for the 2018 award is now open!

 

Nomination criteria

The Stockholm Prize in Criminology is awarded for outstanding achievement in criminological research or in the application of research results by practitioners or scholars for the reduction of crime and the advancement of human rights.

The nominee must be a living physical person, willing and able to receive the Stockholm Prize in Criminology in person and give an acceptance speech on the date required.

Nominations may be made by any three individual criminologists, any society of criminology and/or other organization applying or producing criminology.

The nominations must be submitted in electronic form to the Stockholm Prize in Criminology  Foundation via an online form, you can find it here, and made in English. The work to which reference is made in the nomination does not have to be in English, but an abstract in English for the works listed in the reference list is requested. Additional material, such as pdf files, should be submitted by e-mail to nominations@criminologyprize.com.


Winners of the 2017 award

The Stockholm Prize in Criminology 2017 has been awarded to Richard E. Tremblay. Read more about their research and the motivation of the Jury.


For more information, please contact:

jerzy.sarnecki@criminology.su.se

criminologyprize@su.se


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4 Dec 2018 to 6 Dec 2018
Vienna
Austria
AT

The highlight of the EUCPN year is the Best Practice Conference (BPC) for sharing and disseminating experience and knowledge of best practices in preventing crime and increasing safety and security in EU Member States. This conference is always held in connection with the European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA) contest.
 

5 Dec 2018 to 7 Dec 2018
The Hague
Netherlands
NL

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