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Reports from four former MSc Criminal Justice and Criminology students in the School of Law, whose dissertation projects were supported by N8 PRP bursaries, have been published.
Professor Graham Farrell and PhD researcher Emily Sheard quoted in Guardian article asking “Would Covid masks help criminals get away with it?”
Kent Police say there has been a “rise in suspects using face coverings to mask identity".
The UK's Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner delivers talk at the 2021 Frank Dawtry Annual Memorial Lecture
On Friday 12 March, the School of Law (virtually) welcomed Dame Sara Thornton DBE QPM who gave the annual Frank Dawtry Memorial Lecture.
School of Law academics advise Government Office for Science on the “Rebuilding a Resilient Britain project”
The Rebuilding a Resilient Britain project was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic, to address aspects of Britain's recovery from the pandemic over the medium-to long-term.