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Call for Presentations

Following the research interest of the prize winner, the main symposium theme will be Principled and equitable law enforcement. In 2023 we will also have a second theme which is Evidence-based knowledge against violent extremism. As usual, there is also a general theme, Contemporary criminology, which covers a broad range of subjects in the area of criminology and for which this year, special attention will be paid within this theme to contributions focused on environmental criminology.

For the full Call for presentations, please click here. Pdf, 8.8 MB.

Registration

Please note that when submitting your abstract/panel you also need to register and pay the registration fee for the symposium. In case your abstract is not accepted, we will contact you regarding a refund of the registration fee.

Abstract submission guidelines

Please choose between submitting a single abstract or a full panel. A maximum of three (3) single abstracts per person are allowed to be submitted. Full panels are allowed a maximum of four (4) abstracts. Please note:

  • Abstracts should briefly describe the content of the speaker’s presentation
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English
  • Each abstract must be limited to 2000 characters, approximately 300 words
  • All abstracts must be submitted electronically via this website

The following information is required when submitting your abstract:

For panel abstracts, Panel session title is also required.

All abstracts must be submitted by February 28, 2023.

Abstract submission information

Speakers who have submitted a single presentation/abstract will be assigned to a panel with two or three other speakers sharing a common theme or purpose (to the extent that this is possible). Speakers are permitted to submit multiple presentations/abstracts and to appear in several sessions. However, the committee reserves the right to exclude second and third contributions from speakers in order to give as many speakers as possible the opportunity to present. Participants are also welcome to suggest a full panel session, together with other researchers, policymakers or practitioners. Please submit all abstracts to be included in the suggested panel session, together with a panel session title.

Please note that there are a limited number of panel sessions. If the number of proposals received exceeds the time available for presentations, the submitted contributions will be subject to a review process.

If we are not able to assign your contribution(s) to a session, you will, as far as space allows, be offered the opportunity to display your work at a poster session. The poster session will be held on Monday evening, June 12, 2023. After the poster session, posters will be available to view throughout the symposium. All abstracts (including poster abstracts) will be printed in the program book. However, abstracts received after the deadline will not be included.