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About ICGCV-2024

The International Conference on Global Criminology and Victimology (ICGCV) – 2024 is a multidisciplinary event that unites scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and experts from across the globe to deliberate and exchange ideas on various facets of crime, victimisation, and justice systems globally. This conference seeks to revitalise core principles by reflecting on the foundational pillars of Criminology and Victimology, ensuring their relevance and adaptability to contemporary Indian society. The significance of this conference is immense to safeguard and reinforce Criminology and Victimology as essential disciplines within India’s academic and law enforcement realms. 

Who can participate in ICGCV-2024?

The International Conference on Global Criminology and Victimology warmly welcomes academicians, researchers, practitioners, professionals, and students involved in the fields of Criminology, Victimology, and Criminal Justice, as well as those with a keen interest in these disciplines. This conference is a valuable platform for fostering robust discussions and the exchange of innovative ideas. With its central theme of ‘Global Alliances in Indian Criminology and Victimology,’ we are excited to host eight esteemed international speakers who will address various topics at the conference. We anticipate a significant number of participants, which will create excellent opportunities for networking, engaging discussions, and productive collaborations for students and academics.

Conference Themes


Emerging Trends in Global Criminology

  • Global Crime Patterns
  • Radicalisation, Terrorism and Extremism
  • Organised and Transnational Crime
  • Technology and Crime
  • Corporate Crimes and White-Collar Crime
  • Social Justice and Equity
  • Corruption and Crime
  • Future Directions and Challenges in Criminology


Criminology in Contemporary Society: Redefining Perspectives and Shaping Future Discourse

  • Critical Criminology: Analysing Crime from a Critical Perspective
  • Green Criminology: Harm and Crime against the environment
  • Social Harm and Zemiology: Reimagining Harm in Society
  • Cultural Criminology: Examining Crime within Cultural Contexts
  • Feminist Criminology: Addressing Gender Dynamics in Crime and Criminal Justice
  • Rural Criminology: Understanding and Addressing Crime Challenges in Rural Communities
  • Border Criminology: Understanding the intersection of immigration control, borders, migration, and crime
  • Hate Crime: Combating Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Power and Inequality: Unveiling Dynamics of Power in Criminal Justice
  • State and Political Crime: Addressing Crimes of the Powerful


Crime Prevention and Community Safety

  • Community Policing and Partnership Strategies
  • Community-led Initiatives in Crime Prevention and Safety Promotion
  • Evidence-Based Approaches in Crime and Justice
  • From Theory to Practice: Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies in Crime and Justice
  • Community Engagement and Crime Reduction: Solution-Oriented Approaches
  • Sustainable Urban Safety: Designing Inclusive Cities


Innovations in Criminological Research and Methodologies

  • Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Criminology
  • Data Analytics and Predictive Policing
  • Emerging Technologies in Crime Prevention and Detection
  • Methodological Advances in Crime Mapping and Hotspot Analysis
  • Ethnographic research to better understand crime and victimisation
  • Ethical Considerations in Criminological Research and Privacy Concerns


Emerging Global Perspectives in Victimology

  • War and Victimology
  • Green Victimology
  • Comparative Victimology
  • Cultural Variations in Victim Experiences
  • Human Rights and Victim Protection
  • Refugees and Victims of Conflict
  • Global Responses to Mass Victimisation Events
  • New Theoretical Perspectives in Victimology
  • Innovations in Victimological Research and Methodologies


Evolving Trends in Victimisation

  • Technology Facilitated Gender-Based Violence
  • Victimisation and Vulnerabilities
  • Wrongful Convictions
  • Institutional Victimisation
  • Human Trafficking: Protecting Vulnerable Populations
  • Crime Victimisation and Mental Health
  • Secondary Victimisation and Prevention Strategies


Innovations in Victimology and Victim Support

  • Restorative Justice on an International Scale
  • Support Systems for Victims of Crime
  • Trauma-informed Approaches to Victim Assistance
  • Technological Innovations in Victim Support
  • Prevention and Intervention Strategies
  • International Standards and Best Practices in Victim Assistance
  • International Cooperation and Collaboration in Victim Support


Criminology, Criminal Justice and Public Policy

  • Comparative Criminal Justice Policies
  • International Courts and Tribunals.
  • Understand the Link between Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Public Policy.
  • Criminology & Victimology in Public Discourse

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Abstracts must be submitted on or before 15 June 2024. Abstracts submitted after this date will be rejected directly without any reviews.

  1. Abstracts must be submitted online via the link provided below.
  2. The submission must include a title, abstract, keywords and author information
  3. Abstracts should be structured and concise, typically containing objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. Although not all abstracts will conform to this format, they should all contain enough information to frame the problem and orient the conclusions.
  4. The abstract text should not exceed 300 words.
  5. The abstract submitted can only have maximum of three authors.
  6. The authors will receive the abstract review result on or before 25 June 2024.
  7. Please ensure that the submitted abstracts are original works and have not been previously published or presented elsewhere.
  8. Please refrain from submitting papers that are purely descriptive or merely provide an overview of a topic. Originality is highly valued, so avoid any form of plagiarism in your abstract.

Student Best Paper Awards

The Student Best Paper Awards will be presented to recognise the two most outstanding research papers submitted by students and research scholars in the fields of Criminology, Victimology, and related subjects. Submissions for this category must be from individuals aged below 30 years. Papers should present the results of empirical research studies conducted within the themes and sub-themes of the conferences over the past five years. The recipient of the first Student Best Paper Award will receive a £125 book voucher, while the second-best paper will be awarded a £75 book voucher, both sponsored by the Prestigious Bristol University Press, UK.

Publication Opportunities

The prestigious Bristol University Press, UK, has expressed an interest in publishing some of the best papers from the conference as an edited book volume following the conclusion of the event. Authors will receive invitations to submit their full papers shortly after the conference concludes. The conference committee will provide additional information regarding publication requirements in due course, enabling interested authors to commence work on their full papers well in advance. The selection of papers will be based on the originality and quality of the research presented at the conference, ensuring that only the most impactful contributions are showcased within the edited volume.

Key Links

  • Abstract Submission: Click Here!
  • Conference Registration: Click Here!
  • Pre-conference Workshop Registration: Click Here!
  • Conference and Pre-conference Workshop Registration Fee Payment (For Indian participants only): Click Here!

Key Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: 15th June 2024
  • Abstract acceptance notification: 25th June 2024
  • Early bird registration deadline: 5th July 2024
  • Late bird registration deadline: 20th July 2024

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