The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology was established in 1962 by the Ministries of Justice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The purpose of the Council is to further criminological research within the member countries and advise the Scandinavian governments and the Nordic Council on issues related to criminology. 

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NEW RESEARCH


18/08/10
Public attitudes to punishment On August 19, 2010, the main findings of a large NSfK project on public attitudes toward punishment were presented in Copenhagen during a Nordic criminology conference.


CONFERENCES


08/11/16
NSfK Research Seminar 2019 - Call for Papers OPEN The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) is pleased to announce the 60th Research Seminar. The seminar will be hosted in Helsinki, Finland from 14th to 16th of May 2018 (Hotel Rantapuisto).

JOURNAL OF SCANDINAVIAN
STUDIES IN CRIMINOLOGY


16/08/10
Published in cooperation between NSfK, the Crime Preventive Councils in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, and Kompetansesenter for kriminalitetsforebygging, Norway. The Journal is published by Taylor & Francis and edited by the editor-in-chief, Associate Professor Anita Heber.
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NORDISK TIDSSKRIFT FOR
KRIMINALVIDENSKAB


16/08/10
NSfK supports financially NTfK (Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskap). NTfK is a journal directed to researchers and other professionals with an interest towards Nordic criminal law, criminal policies and criminological questions. Editor-in-Chief of the journal is professor Anette Storgaard.
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