Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Criminology tackles questions such as what is crime? How are laws enforced? Why is crime concentrated in particular areas? The reputation of our Faculty of Business and Law is impressive. Students within the Faculty benefit from academic staff who have commercial and academic industry experience, alongside local knowledge and a global outlook.

For example, the Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice (IPSCJ), a joint venture between the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire and the University of Northampton, which seeks to bring together academic research and evidence with practice, training and development across agencies. 

Read more about the Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice (IPSCJ) research:

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Mental Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Emotions Medicine & Life Sciences
Problem Behavior Medicine & Life Sciences
Facial Expression Medicine & Life Sciences
Aptitude Medicine & Life Sciences
Risk-Taking Medicine & Life Sciences
Mental Disorders Medicine & Life Sciences
Psychiatry Medicine & Life Sciences

Activities 2020 2020

  • 1 Oral presentation

LEGAL COMPLIANCE OF PET FOOD MANUFACTURERS PRODUCING COMPLETE VEGAN DIETS FOR SALE IN THE UK

Jessica Ritchie (Speaker), Wanda McCormick (Speaker)
13 Feb 2020

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

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Impacts

Confirming the efficacy of the Chrysalis Lite programme for prison rehabilitation and contributing to the expansion

Michelle Jolley (Principal Investigator)

Impact: Social impacts, Health and Well-Being impacts, 04: Quality Education (UN SDG), 10: Reduced Inequalities (UN SDG), 08: Decent Work and Economic Growth (UN SDG), 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities (UN SDG)