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Working Groups

The Society has established thirty-six working groups:

Thematic working group on juvenile justice (TWGJJ)

European Working Group on Quantitative Methods in Criminology

Crime, Science and Politics Working Group (formerly EUGPSRN)

European Society of Criminology Postgraduate and Early Stage Researchers Working Group (EPER)

European Development and Life-course Criminology (EDLC)

European Homicide Research (EHR)

ESC Working Group on Community Sanctions

Eurogang Network

European Society of Criminology Working Group on Policing

European Sourcebook Group

ESC Prison Working Group

European working group on Organizational Crime (EUROC)

ESC Working Group on Sentencing & Penal Decision-Making

Gender, Crime and Justice Working Group (Approved and launched in 2010)

The victimology working group

European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice

Criminal Law-Making Policy ESC Working Group

Immigration, Crime and Citizenship

ESC/ISSDP Working Group on European Drug Policies

ESC Narrative Criminology Working Group

Working Group on Qualitative Research Methodologies and Epistemologies (WG-QRME)

European Working Group on Space, Place and Crime (WG-PLACE)

The European Society of Criminology Working Group on Cybercrime

ESC Working Group “European Violence Monitor”

Working group on Collateral Consequences of Criminal Records

ESC European Working Group on Intergenerational Criminology

ESC working group on Restorative Justice

European Historical Criminology (EHC) Working Group

ESC working group on Hate Crimes

ESC Working Group on Balkan Criminology

ESC Working group on Rural Criminology (ERC)

International Self-Report Delinquency (ISRD) Network

European Working Group on Radicalization, Extremism, and Terrorism (WG-EXTREME)

ESC Working Group on Crime, Criminal justice and COVID-19 pandemic

European Working Group on Organized Crime and Criminal Networks

European Network for Open Criminology (ENOC)