Professor Graham Farrell recognised for ‘groundbreaking articles’

Graham Farrell, Professor of International and Comparative Criminology, received the Richard J. Terrill ‘Paper of the Year’ Award 2016, from the journal - International Criminal Justice Review.

The prize was awarded for his article 'Attempted crime and the crime drop' which contributes to crime drop research on the security hypothesis.

Professor Farrell’s article 'Five Tests for a Theory of the Crime Drop' (published in Crime Science) has also received critical acclaim and has been selected as one of Springer Nature's 'groundbreaking articles’ as part of their 'Change the World' initiative that identifies articles that they believe "could have the greatest impact on society’s most pressing problems".