crime


It’s that time of the week again! Today’s video was recorded in the University of Glasgow’s historic Professor’s Square at the Law School, where Law PhD candidate, Halle Turner, discusses her research on ‘party litigants’ – i.e. people who are unrepresented in court. You can access the video below or […]

Thursday Video: Halle Turner on Unrepresented Litigants



By Professor Fergus McNeill –  Last night I had the pleasure of participating in what may well be the strangest public engagement of my life at the Salon Project at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow. The Salon Project is a sort of ‘immersive theatre’ in which the whole audience goes […]

Punishment, rehabilitation and progress



By Professor Ade Kearns,  GoWell Principal Investigator – This briefing paper looks at findings from research which set out to question whether there are any other neighbourhood characteristics, besides the well-documented factor of deprivation, that have an independent influence on the rate of crime. The research was done as part of […]

Neighbourhood crime rates and alcohol in Glasgow