The main theme for the Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2019 was Research-guided drug policies. Here are the filmed sessions and some of the Power Point presentations that were used during the Symposium.
Program and abstracts (pdf)Amendments to the program (pdf, last updated 2019-06-07)
Robert MacCoun Understanding the sources of resistance to heroin-assisted treatment in the US public health community
Anette Storgaard Access to justice for prisoners – focus on contact to the outside world
Tove Pettersson Incarcerated children and youths and the significance of openness during custody
Ina Klopp Outlaw motorcycle gangs and related crime in Germany – Which challenges face law enforcement
Thomas Martinelli It’s getting better all the time: Long-term recovery and its relation to housing problems, crime, occupation situation, and substance use
Han Kyun Kim Community notification of sex offenders against children in South Korea: Current laws and policies
Alexander Knutsson Pirates in Binary Waters: On covert crimes and educated offenders
Frida Bood and Josephine Kevesäter Solitary confinement in remand prisons – Necessary intervention or violation of integrity?
Joakim Thelander Gaming and toxicity in overwatch
Anke Stallwitz Community policy and intervention to prevent violence against women in the Stockholm drug scene
Alexey Knorre Drug supply on the Russian internet: An analysis of “Hydra” darknet cryptomarket
Helgi Gunnlaugsson Nordic study on drug dealing on social media: Results from Iceland
Jonathan Caulkins Risks, prices, and structural consequences of product illegality: What cannabis legalization tells us about black markets
Louise Starfelt Sutton Strengthening Community Corrections: Evaluation of a Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Staff Training Model in the Swedish Probation and Parole Service
Cecilia Fielding Sex offender treatment program in the Swedish Prison and Probation Service
Joanna Shapland: How do victimisation and offending relate to desistance for persistent offenders?
Margriet Lenkens Individual support by experiential peers in the forensic field
Adam Jackson Policing Darkweb marketplaces; covert policing, surveillance and investigatory powers
Heleen Lauwereys Sentencing the parents: punishing the children? Qualitative research regarding the role of children’s best interests in Belgian sentencing decisions
Aki-hiro Nasu: Analyses of risk factors and protective factors towards preventing recidivism of Japanese juvenile offenders with medical needs
Dorothy Newbury-Birch: What do we know about the prevalence of risky drinking and alcohol brief interventions in the criminal justice system in the UK?
Jennifer Ferguson: mixed methods study examining the feasibility of screening and brief alcohol interventions for women in prison
Lars Korsell: Regulating organized crime
Michael Kilchling: Laws as a causing factor for crime? The criminogenic potential of legislation and regulation
Lynn Dougan: A systematic review of published worldwide evidence relating to the complex needs of adults 18+ within the medium and low secure hospital setting
Nina Axnäs: Violent crime – how to improve criminal investigations?
Bo Fredrik Andersson: Patient’s perspective on medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction
Karin Wikman: Free will only – A campaign about the new sexual offence legislation
Petra Wicktor: Prevalence and attitudes of non-consensual pornography at a SwedishUniversity