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International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research (ICCCR)

ICCCR is a unique multi disciplinary and cross-faculty Research Centre

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The membership of the ICCCR is drawn from a number of departments within The Open University and affiliated Research Centres. Within The Open University there are currently three levels of membership - full, corresponding/visiting and student.

Director

Members

Affiliated members

  • Courtney Hougham

ICCCR is formally partnered with the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies and is affiliated to the Open University's International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing and Justice.

Centre for Crime and Justice Studies

International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing and Justice

Corresponding / visiting members

  • Dr Rosemary Barbaret
    CUNY, New York
  • Dr Caroline Brooks
    University of Saskatchewan
  • Dr Theo Gavrielides
    Independent Academic Research Studies, visiting senior research fellow
  • Prof Barry Goldson
    University of Liverpool
  • Prof Peter King
    University of Leicester
  • Dr Caroline Lanskey
    University of Cambridge, visiting senior research fellow
  • Robert Morris
    Formerly Home Office, visiting senior research fellow

Student members (full and part-time)

  • Kusminder Chahal
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology
  • David Churchill
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Gonçalo Goncalves
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Robert Hopps
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Stephanie Lay
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology
  • Julie Leigh
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Dervla McArt
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Policy and Criminology
  • Daniel McCulloch
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Policy and Criminology
  • Terry Patton
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Elaine Saunders
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Alice Smalley
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History
  • Beth Wilburn
    Faculty of Arts, Department of History

Last updated: 4 November 2013

ICCCR Annual conference 2012

18-19 September 2012
The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

At this International Symposium, prison researchers from around the world came together to resist the silencing and invisibilisation of marginalised people that the relentless growth of imprisonment attempts to accomplish.

Further event information

Get in touch

If you would like to discuss your research or potential projects with someone from the Centre, please feel free to approach the Director, Dr Louise Westmarland by phone 01908 652462 or via email Louise.Westmarland@open.ac.uk.