Global Crime, Justice and Security Research Group (GCJS)

Members of the Global Crime, Justice and Security Research Group (GCJS) are actively involved in a wide range of related areas, as well as numerous research funded projects and knowledge exchange activities.

GCJS provides a forum for research activity within Bristol Law School and we support our members in the development and implementation of their research and other scholarly activity.

We actively support research funding applications and encourage collaboration both within the group, the wider research community, related practitioners and key stakeholders.

Upward angle shot of the Lady of Justice statue, holding a sword on her right hand and a pair of weighing scales on her left hand, at the top of the Old Bailey dome against a blue cloudy sky.


Find out more about the aims of the Global Crime, Justice and Security research group (GCJS).

Research themes

GCJS' research themes underpin our activities and objectives.


Details of our staff and doctoral members.

Research with impact

Learn more about the work of GCJS and our efforts to tackle financial crime.


Information on series editorship.


If you are interested in the work of the GCJS Research Group, please contact us.

Research networks

Financial Crime and Cyber Crime Research Network

Details about the Financial Crime and Cyber Crime Research Network at UWE Bristol.

Neurodivergence in Criminal Justice Network

Details about the Neurodivergence in Criminal Justice Network.

Women in Refugee Law Network

Details about the Women in Refugee Law Network.

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