Criminology

An academic society which hosts social and employability events linked to criminology. We welcome all University of Greenwich students from all three campuses that have an interest in criminology!



Who are we?

The Criminology Society 

About the Society

The Criminology Society is an academic society which hosts social and employability events linked to criminology. We welcome all University of Greenwich students from all three campuses that have an interest in criminology and want to be a part of the society.

This year we hope to organise a documentary screening with a Q&A with the director, a picnic in the park to get to know you all, serial killer psychology and criminology talk, a trip to the Alcotraz bar, a Criminology coffee book club, Jack the Ripper tour in Central London, Lower Deck Events and Employability which will all relate to the criminological field, for example, the police and civil service. 

If we are unable to meet face to face, we intend to organise some of these events which can be virtually attended, for example, employability and criminology presentations as well as a criminology quiz and an online escape room!

We are all super excited to get planning great events for the next academic year and we look forward to seeing lots of familiar faces as well as new faces joining us in September. 

Our Current Committee

President: Lidia Stoica (ls6771b@gre.ac.uk)

Vice-Presidents: Alexia Stocker (as4950b@gre.ac.uk) and Maddy Hatton (mh8236d@gre.ac.uk)

Social Secretary: Amy Perkins (ap6108b@gre.ac.uk)

Treasurer: Kieran Godly (kg6795h@gre.ac.uk)

 

See below for all the positions we currently have available:

Buy your membership

  • Criminology Society Membership£5.00
  • Criminology Interest List£0.00

Products

  • Crime and Justice Walking Tour of London Fri 16 Oct 2020 - Member£6.00
Crime and Justice Walking Tour of London
Central London- Starting at Temple Underground Station
Learn about crime and punishment in Central London on our private walking. We will visit areas of importance relating to criminal justice and find out more about social conditions and political/religious conflicts within crime throughout history.