Friday 22nd of March 2019


Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. Department of Law. University of Leeds


National, United Kingdom

TypeCountry of originConstitution

Universities United Kingdom1987


Criminal, Justice, Research


The staff of the Centre, including lawyers and criminologists from a variety of disciplines,are currently engaged in research for bodies such as the ESRC, Home Office,Nuffield Foundation, Leverhulme Trust and West Yorkshire Police. Their projects reflect their inter-disciplinary backgrounds and include the following:"terrorism and commercial targets", "victim-offender mediation", "contempt of court", "computer crime", "racial violence" and "criminal justice elites".


The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies was established in 1987 to pursue research into criminal justice systems and criminological issues. It has since become recognised as one of the leading centres of its genre. In support of its goals, the Centre fosters an active and flourishing multi-disciplinary academic environment for teaching and research.

Contact details

18 Lyddon Terrace, LS2 9JT, Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 113 3435033 - Fax: +44 113 3435056


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