Cross Border Crime investigated at Business School
Newcastle Business School has hosted the 17th Cross Border Crime Colloquium, bringing together experts from around the world to discuss the latest developments in empirical research, legislation and law enforcement,
Watching the Detectives: Crime Story 2016
Tickets are now on sale for a unique festival offering crime fiction writers and readers a unique insight into real-life criminal investigation.
Bestselling writer to headline Crime Story 2016
Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train, will headline this year’s Crime Story festival, delivered in partnership by Northumbria University and New Writing North.
COMMENT: Legend portrays Kray twins through prism of current attitudes to violent crime
In the very first line of Legend, the new Kray twins film starring Tom Hardy (and Tom Hardy), we hear that everyone in the East End has a story about the Krays and that therefore separating the truth from the lies is rarely straightforward.
Crime Story investigates the facts behind the fiction
A unique series of events will offer readers and writers of crime fiction expert insight into the mysterious world of crime. From facial mapping to forensics, Crime Story will provide the facts behind the fiction.
Why does so much crime remain invisible?
A seminar at Northumbria University, Newcastle, will discuss the reasons why certain types of crime remain invisible.
Crime writing festival explores the facts behind the fiction
Northumbria University, Newcastle and New Writing North are launching a brand new festival for writers and lovers of crime fiction.