21 December 2011
The Defences of the Weak: A Sociological Study of a Norwegian Correctional Institution by Thomas Mathiesen has recently been published, and is Mathiesen’s first in depth studies of prison.

12 December 2011
The 3-year workshop When the Unforeseen is Seen, initiated and funded by the Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology, was recently completed. Prompted by a banking collapse in Iceland in 2008, the workshop's topics were related to crisis and society.

12 December 2011

When the Unforeseen is Seen was a workshop on crises and society held at the University of Iceland in December 3-5, 2009, and in January 3-5, 2011.

30 November 2011
Application reminder: The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) announces research grants to projects of criminological relev...

28 November 2011
NSfK Seminar and Work Group on Nordic Corruption met in Reykjavik 16-19 November 2011. All Nordic countries were represented at the meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to present, discuss and analyze a number of Nordic cases of local and regional corruption in public authorities.

24 November 2011
NSfKs 53rd Research Seminar Report

24 November 2011

NSfKs 53rd Research Seminar held inBalingsholm, Sweden, in May 2011.

Themes of the Seminar: Criminal politics and right-wing populism and Prostitution.

23 November 2011
  Välkommen till Nordisk Kriminologi  37 (9) 2011 (november) Download Nordisk Kriminologi in.pdf  (for p...

11 November 2011

The aim of the project was to encourage green criminological research, to publish an anthology focusing on central issues within the field, establish a Nordic network for scholars working with issues connected to the field and to organize an international conference on the central themes of green and eco-global criminology.

31 October 2011
  Välkommen till Nordisk Kriminologi  37 (8) 2011 (oktober) Download Nordisk Kriminologi in.pdf  (for printin...

17 October 2011
Behavioral Sciences and Law invites submissions for a forthcoming special issue on Measuring and Interpreting the Predictive Validity of Violence Risk Assessment.