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Winners of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology

Elijah Anderson, H.M. Queen Silvia, Francis T. Cullen and Cheryl Jonson ( on behalf of Peggy C. Giordano)

 Elijah Anderson, H.M. Queen Silvia, Francis T. Cullen and Cheryl Jonson ( on behalf of Peggy C. Giordano). Photography:David Lagerlöf 

The first Stockholm Prize in Criminology was awarded in 2006. So far the following scholars have received the prize:

2022
Peggy Giordano and Francis T. Cullen (USA)

2021
Elijah Anderson (USA)

2020
Philip J. Cook (USA)
Franklin E. Zimring (USA)

2019
Ruth Dreifuss (Switzerland)
Peter Reuter (USA)

2018
Herman Goldstein (USA)

2017
Richard E. Tremblay (Canada/France/Ireland)

2016
Travis Hirschi (USA)
Cathy Spatz Widom (USA)
Per-Olof Wikström (Sweden/UK)

2015
Ronald V. Clarke (United Kingdom)
Patricia Mayhew (United Kingdom)

2014
Daniel S. Nagin (USA)
Joan Petersilia (USA)

2013
David Farrington (United Kingdom)

2012
Jan van Dijk (Netherlands)

2011
John H. Laub (USA)
Robert J. Sampson (USA)

2010
David Weisburd (Israel/USA)

2009
John Hagan (USA)
Eugenio Raúl Zaffaroni (Argentina)

2008
David Olds (USA)
Jonathan Shepherd (United Kingdom)

2007
Alfred Blumstein (USA)
Terrie E. Moffitt (USA)

2006
John Braithwaite (Australia)
Friedrich Lösel (Germany)