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1 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Nordisk Kriminologi, 28(3) 2002 Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi, oktober 2002 Innehåll Sid Från Sekretariatet 3 The 13th World Congress of Criminology: Reducing Crime and Promoting Justice - Challenges to Science, Policy and Practice, Rio de Janeiro augusti Rapport från resande seminarium till England 6 Kriminologiska och kriminalpolitiska nyheter - Danmark 35 - Finland 63 - Grönland 65 - Island 69 - Norge 71 - Sverige 79 1

2 NSfK ISSN Nordisk Kriminologi utges 3 gånger per år av Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi. Redaktör & layout: Tryck: Anna Esko & Joachim Enkvist Hakapaino Oy Inlägg till Nordisk Kriminologi, beställningar av nyhetsbrevet, adressändringar m.m. sänds till sekretariatet i Helsingfors. De synpunkter, som presenteras i signerade artiklar, står inte nödvändigtvis i överensstämmelse med Rådets uppfattning. Manusstopp för Nordisk Kriminologi 29(1) är den 1 februari Manusstopp för Nordisk Kriminologi 29(2) är den 1 juni Manusstopp för Nordisk Kriminologi 29(3) är den 1 oktober

3 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Från sekretariatet Bästa läsare, Hösten har kommit och därmed är det dags att ge ut årets sista nummer av nyhetsbrevet. Nyhetsbrevet är denna gång mera omfattande än normalt beroende på att rapporten från det resande seminariet till England (14-23 april) har tagits med i detta nummer. Rapporter från forskarseminariet i Skevik Det finns fortsättningsvis ett litet antal extra rapporter från forskarseminariet i Skevik Den som vill ha ett gratis exemplar av rapporten ombedes kontakta sekretariatet. Ny deadline för ansökning om finansiellt stöd av NSfK Sekretariatet vill ännu en gång påminna alla läsare om att det sista datumet för sökande av finansiellt stöd av NSfK är Till slut vill vi här på sekretariatet redan i detta skede önska alla läsare en riktigt God Jul och ett sprakande Gott Nytt År! 3

4 NSfK Reducing Crime and Promoting Justice (Avsikten var att detta skulle publiceras i nr 2, men av vissa beklagliga omständigheter publiceras det först i detta nr) Ulla V. Bondeson, Vicepresident ISC Efter mange og lange diskussioner er det lykkedes i den videnskabelige gruppe og i bestyrelsen for International Society of Criminology at enes om titlen på den næste verdenskongres i kriminologi: Reducing Crime and Promoting Justice - Challenges to Science, Policy and Practice. The 13th World Congress of Criminology finder som formentlig bekendt sted i Rio de Janeiro den august Et farverigt, turistikost program er udarbejdet af Riocentro Convention Center. Et mere videnskabeligt præget program skal sammensættes inden for den nærmeste fremtid. Kongressens formiddage er afsat til 16 plenarforelæsere med geopolitisk balance. Eftermiddagene er dedikeret til arbejdsgrupper. For at få så mange aktuelle og relevante temaer som muligt anmodede vor præsident, professor Lawrence W. Sherman, at samtlige medlemmer i den videnskabelige gruppe skulle fremkomme med forslag til workshops med temaer og deltagere. Præsidenten for den videnskabelige gruppe, professor Tony Peters, har siden effektivt sammensat en længere liste over sådanne arbejdsgrupper. På bestyrelsesmødet i Paris den 4. maj fik vi en fortegnelse over 16 workshop forslag, hvor der mange steder desuden var angivet flere undertitler. Yderligere 15 forslag er indkommet uden nærmere detaljer. 1. With Workshop Proposals 2. Without Further Proposals Community justice Alternative justice Computer crime Clinical criminology Corruption Corporate and company crime Crime and democratisation Corrections and politics penitentiary Crime and human development Crime and social capital Crime, trust and civil society Crimes against children Criminology as a profession Criminology of the Arab World Drugs and crime Desistance from criminal careers Eco-criminology Domestic violence 4

5 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Gender and crime Mediation, practical issues Organisational crime Policing Restorative justice Social networks and crime White collar crime Globalization and crime International penal court Organized crime Psychoanalysis, justice and therapy Universal ethics and criminology Victim policy Andre forslag til workshops eller round-tables kan sendes til Tony Peters, e- mail adresse: Selv foreslog jeg Public Opinion on Crime and Punishment, som ikke var angivet som tema, og da vi blev anmodet om at fremkomme med deltagere til en sådan gruppe, tager jeg derfor med tak mod alle forslag. I Newsletter nr. 54 fremføres det, at sekretariatet ønsker et eksemplar af alle papers senest 31. maj Adressen er: Society for Criminology, Att. Mrs. Rachida Touahria, 4-14 rue Ferrus, Paris, Frankrig. For at hjælpe mindre bemidlede afrikanske kriminologer er det lykkedes at eliminere medlemsafgiften for disse til ISC. Jeg har også bedt organisationskomitéen i Rio at forsøge at fjerne eller halvere registreringsafgiften for disse afrikanske kriminologer. Selv planlægger jeg at rejse til Afrika i januar 2003 for yderligere at søge at øge medlemsbasen, som via det seneste års anstrengelser dog allerede er vokset betragteligt. Som foreberedelse til verdenskongressen vil den 63. internationale kursus i kriminologi blive afholdt i Florianopolis i Brasilien den august 2002 på initiativ af vicepræsidenten for Latinamerika, professor Edmundo Oliviera, med temaet Systems of Security Police in the European Union. Det 64. internationale kursus finder sted den november 2002 i Siena i Italien på initiativ af professorerne Traverso og Gatti med temaet Domestic Violence. På bestyrelsesmødet foresloges videre, at ISC skulle skabe et elektronisk, mere uformelt tidsskrift Criminological Debates, som skulle udgives 3 gange om året og i særdeleshed henvende sig til studerende inden for forskellige, tilgrænsende discipliner. Dette som et supplement til selskabets traditionelle, flersprogede tidsskrift Annales Internationales de Criminologie. 5

6 NSfK Report Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology, NSfK Travelling seminar to England April 2002 NSfK organised in the April of 2002 a travelling seminar to England in order to help Nordic criminologists to acquaint themselves with English research milieus and to facilitate the forming of networks of researchers. Prof. Henrik Tham from Stockholm University functioned as the leader of the group. The seminar proved to be a very fruitful one, and below follows a participant account of what was experienced. At the very end you will find the contact information to all the places that were visited. NSfK hopes that this information will be useful also to those who could not take part in the travelling seminar. At first a general presentation of the programme is given by My Lilja and thereafter more detailed descriptions of each place of visit are provided by other participants: Travelling seminar, April 2002 By My Lilja, University of Stockholm At the travelling seminar we were 17 criminologists from Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. It was quite an unusual research seminar since we attended a number of smaller seminars at various places, visited prisons and had the opportunity to see many cities in Southern England. I had a wonderful time and it is hard to describe shortly everything that happened. However, I will here briefly focus on the three main aims of the seminar: visits to Criminological Departments, prison visits and our own presentations. 1) Criminological Departments During the travelling seminar five smaller seminars were held at different Criminological Departments. Our first visit was at the Centre for Criminological Research at Oxford University. In Oxford Dr. Carolyn Hoyle, Dr. Richard Young, Dr. Kerry Baker, Dr. Ian Waters, and Karen Cooper gave presentations. Current research projects of the Centre include research on restorative justice, perceptions of fairness and lack of trust in criminal courts, violence in prisons, work and effectiveness of the youth justice system and risk assessment. Our 6

7 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 next visit was Keele University, which is a rural campus situated between Manchester and Birmingham. At the Department of Criminology at Keele University the seminar was led by Prof. Tim Hope. Dr. Ian Loader presented a paper on Comparative Research on Urban Safety and Policing in Europe. Another paper was presented by Dr. Bill Dixon on Comparative Criminology the case of South Africa. The Department is involved in a number of research areas, e.g. evaluation of public policy, community safety, gender, violence and historical, comparative and cross-cultural issues on crime. Our next stop was on the East coast at the University of Hull and the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice. In Hull Prof. Keith Bottomley and Dr. Clive Norris led the seminar. Dr. Anthea Hucklesby, Dr. Norman Davidson and Dr. Clive Norris presented current research at the Centre. The Centre is currently involved in research in the areas of surveillance and CCTV, burglary reduction, bail support schemes, crime audits and special units for long-term prisoners. In Cambridge we visited the Institute of Criminology. Dr. Manuel Eisner presented the research of the Institute and Dr. David Butterworth told us about criminological research in Britain. Focus for criminological research in Cambridge is e.g. delinquent development, juvenile crime, sentencing of women, criminal justice policy, suicide in prisons, and policing. After lunch we also had the possibility to visit the Criminology library. Our last Department to visit was in Portsmouth at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies. In Portsmouth interesting presentations were held by Prof. Stephen Savage on Politics of Criminal Justice and Dr. Mike Nash on Developments in British Probation Service. The research conducted at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies in Portsmouth concerns e.g. key trends in criminal justice governance and policymaking in Britain, international and comparative justice, psychology in criminal justice, risk, security and community safety, and human rights. Before we left England we also had the opportunity to visit the Research Development and Statistics Unit at the Home Office. At the Home Office we were given a variety of presentations, for instance Cost Effectiveness Approach to Evaluating Programmes and Offenders Programmes as Means of Crime Reduction. 2) Prison visits In England there are four prison categories depending on length of sentence and type of crime. The most serious offenders are placed in a Category A prison. These prisoners are deemed to be a threat to the state or the public and escape 7

8 NSfK must be impossible, e.g. murderers, terrorists and life-sentence prisoners. Category B prisons includes prisoners that are dangerous to the public but not to the state and escape must be very hard. In Category C prisoners have committed less serious crimes than in previous categories. Category D is an open prison where prisoners can go home on weekends.(1) We visited one private owned prison (Category C), one state prison (Category C) and one state owned top security prison (Category A). It was especially interesting to see the private prison because there are no private prisons yet in Sweden. The private owned prison includes about 450 prisoners and is sponsored by Securitas. It was opened in 1992 and it was the first private prison outside of America. The aim of the private prison is to run the prison with fewer staff and less money than state prisons. The local prison of Hull is a state owned prison and the fourth largest prison in Great Britain with about 1000 prisoners. The top security prison in Full Sutton was established in 1987 and now has about 600 prisoners. 3) Presentations During the travelling seminar a number of us presented a paper and this was a very good opportunity to get to know each other. We had the pleasure to listen to a wide range of topics on Scandinavian Criminological Research, e.g. fear of crime, crime policy, drugs, prison leave, adolescents and crime and criminal law. Most of the presentations were held in Keele. Anita Heber talked about Fear of Crime. The title of My Lilja s presentation was Constructing the Russian Drug Problem. Anne Kouvonen talked about Part-time Work and Deviant Behaviour. The paper by Kimmo Hypén was about Prison Recidivism in Finland Eero Backman held the last presentation in Keele on The Basic Ideas of the Total Reform of Criminal Law in Finland Facts and Evaluations. At University of Hull Katja Franko Aas talked about From Faust to Macintosh: Sentencing in the Age of Information and Hans Andersson s theme was Twice as Many Women as Men The Unique Pattern of Crime in early Modern Stockholm. In Cambridge Eva Stenborre described Sentencing and Penal Theories in Scandinavia and Timo Harrikari talked about Childhood, Youth and Crime. The last presentations were held in Porthsmouth by Christina Ericson on Crime Policy and the Swedish women and by Markus Grundtman on Crimes Commited While on Prison 8

9 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Leave from Prison. Finally I would like to thank NSfK for organising this instructive, interesting and unforgettable seminar. Monday 15 April: Oxford University, the Centre for Criminological Research By Timo Harrikari, University of Jyväskylä, and Matti Marttunen, National Research Institute of Legal Policy, Finland A day in the Centre for Criminological Research at Oxford University consisted of four presentations. Before the presentations Dr. Carolyn Hoyle spoke a little bit about the history of the building and of the history of criminology as an independent discipline. Criminology has been taught in Oxford since The influence of Karl Mannheim has been obvious. Nowadays there is a strong connection between the Centre for Criminological Research and the Home Office; research projects are mainly funded by the latter. Then Dr. Hoyle gave us an overview of the work of the Centre for Criminological Research (CCR). Research conducted in CCR concerns prisons (bullying, victimisation, drugs), policing (restorative cautioning, complaints process, domestic violence), victims (services to victims, victims with learning disabilities, domestic violence), death penalty, race and sentencing, parole (decision making for discretionary lifers, reconviction of sex offenders), youth justice (the work of young offenders teams, evaluation of restorative justice and cognitive-behavioural projects), risk assessment (the development and evaluation of various risk assessment instruments and reconviction rates) and probation (evaluation of various intervention programmes). Dr. Kerry Baker gave a presentation on risk assessment of young offenders (aged years). She told that multidisciplinary Youth Justice Boards have been established in England and Wales, and that these boards have been involved during the past few years in an experiment which concerns the creation of a systematic and structured tool for assessment of young offenders (ASSET). ASSET is funded by Home Office s Youth Justice Board, and its purpose is to predict reoffending by young people, to improve assessment practice in youth justice, to facilitate better targeting of interventions, and to 9

10 NSfK develop the knowledge base on young offenders. Individual, psychosocial, population wide and resilience/protective factors are included. ASSET has used a clear and simple assessment formula. Baker informed us about reoffending rates; at the end of twelve month follow-up period, the overall reoffending rate was 67 % (amongst females 66 % and among years 65 %). The whole sample was 4000 young offenders. Dr. Ian Waters spoke about the intensive surveillance and supervision orders project (ISSP). ISSP is targeted at the small group of prolific young offenders (aged years) who, according to a Home Office study, commit approximately a quarter of all offences committed by young people. Typically, these offenders are well-known to the local police. ISSP is based on the best evidence as to what will reduce the frequency and seriousness of offending. It promises to bring some structure to offenders often chaotic lifestyles, while systematically addressing the key risk factors contributing to their offending behaviour, such as educational deficits, weaknesses in thinking skills or drug misuse. The aim of the project is to reduce reoffending by five percent by taking effective measures, and to reassure the community and sentencers credibility. Other purposes of the ISSP project are for example to assess the impact of multimodal programmes, to develop a typology of intervention and to provide detailed research evidence about the characteristics of those young offenders in the project. Eligibility for ISSP is restricted to those young offenders who are appearing in court either charged with, or convicted of an offence and have been charged or warned for an imprisonable offence on four or more separate occasions within the last twelve months and have previously received at least one community or custodial penalty. ISSP consists of supervision (minimum of 24 hours per week: education and training, inter-personal skills, family support) and surveillance (minimum of two contacts per day: tracking, tagging, voice verification). Dr. Richard Young gave us a presentation on CCR research on Restorative Justice, which is a popular topic in England at the moment. Dr. Young used police cautioning, which is typical of the English system, as an example and compared old-style police cautioning and restorative police cautioning. 10

11 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 According to Young, the former was often used to humiliate or stigmatise offenders (punitive/deterral model): The cautions were administered (a warning was given) at a police station by police officers who had no training for cautioning, and there was no involvement of the victim or the community. From the year 1997 onwards the police has used restorative cautioning: Police officers invite all those affected by the offence to participate in the proceedings, and officers are trained to deliver the caution according to a restorative script. The aim is to allow all parties to discuss the feelings etc. caused by the offence and to encourage the offender to take responsibility. Finally, Karen Cooper told briefly how complaints concerning restorative police cautioning are handled. Tuesday 16 April: Keele University, Department of Criminology By Katja Franko Aas, University of Oslo, and Anne Kouvonen, University of Helsinki After the welcoming words and introductions by Prof. Tim Hope and Prof. Henrik Tham, Dr. Ian Loader presented general research interests of the Department of Criminology at Keele University. The department conducts comparative research on urban safety and policing in Europe. Important themes include security, community safety, crime prevention, police activities, the production of safety and defending behaviour in European cities in the context of globalisation and multiculturality. After the presentation there was a roundtable discussion that covered for example the following subjects: technological (IT) solutions to crime control problems, politics of urban safety, construction and finding of problems, and moral panics. Ph.D. student My Lilja from the University of Stockholm presented her doctoral project, which concerns the matter how non-governmental interest organisations in St. Petersburg construct the drug problem. The data for the study include interviews and newspaper articles. Different actors - NGOs, mass media and politicians - have constructed the problem very differently. NGOs concentrate either on prevention or treatment, and they see the problem primarily as a health issue. Instead, politicians mostly see the drug problem as a security question. Dr. Bill Dixon (Keele University) talked about comparative criminology and presented the case of post-apartheid South Africa. South Africa is one of the 11

12 NSfK most exclusive societies. Dixon sees that the ideas of the instability and shift to late modernity can be used in understanding very different societies. He used the case of South Africa as an example, and he characterised that society with the help of three concepts attached to the late modernity, which he also sees as a bulimic society : relative deprivation, individualism and ontological insecurity. Ph.D. student Anita Heber from the University of Stockholm presented her doctoral study on the fear of crime. Her starting point was that politicians use to refer to ordinary people s fear of crime when they demand more repressive crime policies. Heber wants to figure out how afraid people actually are and from where they get their knowledge about crimes. Her data consists of interviews of heterogeneous group of people. The themes of the interviews include for example victimisation experiences, witnessing crimes, behavioural changes, fear, risk, safety and concern. Furthermore, she is going to do some content analysis of news media and their ways of describing crime. Kimmo Hypén from the Finnish Criminal Sanctions Agency presented the dilemmas of studying prison recidivism in Finland, caused especially by the inadequate databases. He also pointed out the remarkable number of people who die relatively shortly after having been released from prison (the life expectancy of ex-prisoners being therefore much lower than that of the general population of Finnish men). After lunch, research fellow Stephen Farrall from Keele University presented his project Re-Thinking What Works With Offenders: Probation, Social Context, and Desistance from Crime. He pointed out the deficiency of the current what works studies since they rely heavily on the official statistics and their outcome is described either as a success or a failure. His own research findings (based on self-reported data) suggest that greater emphasis should be put on factors outside the probation office and on changes in social and personal circumstances, such as family and employment, rather than on factors related to offending. Professor Eero Backman from the University of Turku, Finland, presented a paper dealing with The Basic Ideas of the Total Reform of Criminal Law in Finland Facts and Evaluations. He outlined the process of the penal law 12

13 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 reform in Finland, which started in early 1970s. The reform process has been divided into three main stages. The first stage was completed in 1990s, the second stage in 1995 and the third stage reform provisions were enacted in The last contribution of the day was presented by Ph.D. student Anne Kouvonen from the University of Helsinki. She presented the findings of her doctoral project Part-time Work and Deviant Behaviour among Finnish Adolescents. She found out that 13% of Finnish 8 th and 9 th grade students have part-time work. Among these, so-called intensive workers are more likely to engage in deviant behaviour and are more likely to drink alcohol and use drugs. However, moderate workers cannot be associated with a greater likelihood of deviance than other students. The findings thus suggest that the existing regulations on part-time work should not be relaxed. Wednesday 17 April: H.M. Prison Hull By Hans Andersson, Stockhom University, and Markus Grundtman, Stockholm County Police The travelling seminar spent one day in Hull visiting the local prison and the criminology Department of Hull University. The town itself has a long past as a fishing port and a centre for shipping. The decline of these trades has made the social situation for many young inhabitants quite difficult, but on the other hand there has been almost no immigration to the area and racial conflicts are thus very insignificant. Compared to other prisons there are virtually no ethnic problems in the Hull local prison. The construction of Hull prison was completed in It was a cell prison built on the panopticon principle, well known to readers of Michel Foucault as a basic element in his theory of surveillance. From a central tower the guards should be able to keep an eye on everything that is on in the different wings. In 1939 the Hull prison was used as a Military Prison and later on a Civil Defence Depot. In 1950 it was re-opened as a Closed Male Borstal. Borstal boys are young offenders convicted to serve for undefined terms in reformatory schools. In 1969 it became one of the first maximum-security dispersal prisons, and in 1986 HMP Hull assumed its current role as a Male Local Prison. The 13

14 NSfK establishment is currently being expanded and by late 2002 will offer an additional 358 CNA places, a new healthcare centre, a new multi-faith centre, an increase in the numbers of places available in the workshops and additional education faculties.(2) Hull prison is a local prison. That means that most of the prisoners live in Hull or in the surroundings. The prisoners are placed in three different regimes. Regime A is a block with basic standard, regime B is a wing with a regular standard and regime C is enhanced standard. All new prisoners are placed in category B and if they behave well they will be transferred to regime C. Prisoners are employed in the workshops, kitchen, gardens and work departments. Education classes are available, including a parenting course and there is a range of offending behaviour groups, including anger management, drug and alcohol misuse and other treatment programmes. Potential vacancies where employment can be obtained for prisoners are actively sought and, while in custody, relevant training and skills development are being undertaken to enable prisoners to obtain employment upon release. This initiative has led to the recent introduction of vocational training workshops in plastering, plumbing and joinery. A multi-skills course of 36 weeks in length is offered to teach prisoners the skills in all three trades. Prisoners with drug/alcohol misuse problems are identified through reception procedures and mandatory drug testing results. The Healthcare Centre identifies and offers treatment programmes to those prisoners who need them, and there are drug education and treatment courses available. Hull prison does not use any kind of structured violence risk assessment tools. Additionally there is a team of six drugs workers based on site, employed by Compass. The team provides Counselling, Assessment, Referral, and Advice and through care services to individuals who may self refer at any point during their period in custody. To ensure the work is meaningful, the service adheres to a strict confidentiality policy and client permission is always sought before any contact is made. Since most of the prisoners are living in Hull the preparation from a life in prison to a life at liberty has to be planned with the local social authorities in Hull. 14

15 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Our guide, Mr. Christopher Roe, also pointed out a door on the second floor behind which capital punishments, through hanging, had been executed. From 1871 to 1934 ten people were executed in the Hull Prison. Of these only one was a woman: Ethel Major, who was sentenced for having poisoned her husband. She was also the last person to be executed in the prison. The criminologist Anette Ballinger of Keele University has written a book about women executed in England during the 20 th century, which contains a case study of the life, crime and death of Ethel Major.(3) The following is based on Anette Ballinger s account of Ethel as a criminal and victim: Ethel Major was a victim of years of beating and mistreatment from her husband and she had sought all kinds of help from the society, but without getting support from anyone, except her father. He was like her, poor and lacking education, and furthermore already taking care of an illegitimate child of hers. But Ethel was also convicted of having poisoned her husband, and thus confirmed to the age-old conception and construction of the female perpetrator. This child was in a sense the reason for discord between Ethel and her husband Arthur Major. At the time of their marriage she had concealed the fact that she already had a daughter. As he found out, Arthur took to drinking, seeing other women and finally battering his wife. The actual beating does not seem to have been as provoking as the constant threat. And Ethel seems to have been capable of defending herself, as she at least on one occasion is told to have thrown bricks at her husband. At the time domestic violence was not an issue in Britain, and the movement for women s rights was not very outspoken the temporary victory of electoral emancipation left the movement without an apparent goal to aim for. The jury condemned Ethel to death, but at the same time recommended pardon. Why this was not granted seems mainly to be because of the method she had chosen for killing her husband the age-old construction of the female prisoner, an evil creature acting in secrecy, rationally, coolly, and as Ballinger points out, almost sophisticated, overtook the discourse of the battered wife who acts out of desperation even though she, according to a newspapers report, was considered quite stupid. 15

16 NSfK During the years the Hull prison has changed and is now in many ways a social education institution. Several of the staff are now teachers, or on education to become teachers. Some officers work with linking prisoners to employers. There are also preparations made for using different cognitive behavioural treatment programmes. Wednesday 17 April: University of Hull, the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice By NSfK secretariat and Hans Andersson After having visited the local prison the seminar continued at the University of Hull. There we were warmly welcomed by Prof. Keith Bottomley and other staff members. After a presentation round, ongoing research projects were presented by both the staff of the Centre and by two Nordic participants. Katja Franko Aas from the University of Oslo was the first to give a presentation on her topic Sentencing in the Age of Technology. In her presentation she argued that information has become decontextualised, a phenomenon that goes well together with certain other modern trends, such as the policy move towards managerialism. This shift in the nature of information has caused people to become mere data entries for instance in risk assessment. This means that narratives have to fit into the database format, and at the same time the number of allowed narratives becomes more limited. Then it was time for a number of current research projects at Hull to be presented. At first Dr. Anthea Hucklesby presented the new trends of electronic monitoring, such as tagging. Her clear and instructive presentation was well linked with that of Dr. Norman Davidson, who dealt with the Burglary Reduction Initiative, which is part of the Home Office Crime Reduction Strategy. Hull University is carrying out evaluation for the project, and the main elements of the evaluation are: 1) examination of burglary outcomes and attribution to the various interventions, 2) analysis of cost effectiveness of the projects as a whole and of interventions, and 3) consideration of the process by which the projects delivered the interventions and assessment of the effect the projects may have had on burglary outcomes. Then it was time for Dr. Clive Norris to give a presentation on the rise of the Close Circuit Television (CCTV). Electronic surveillance has grown tremen- 16

17 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 dously in importance in England; during the period of last ten years ( ) over of public money has been spent on CCTV. Hull University participates in a programme called Urbaneye where the use of CCTV is analysed in several European capitals, (Berlin, Budapest, Copenhagen, London, Madrid, Oslo, Vienna) and its social and political impacts are assessed. Dr Clive Norris and Dr Mike McCahill work on the British part of the study, analysing the extent, employment and regulation of CCTV in London. (See also: for the research in Hull University.) Finally Hans Andersson from Stockholm University presented his research project on the topic Twice as Many Women as Men the Unique Pattern of Crime in Early Modern Stockholm. According to him crime statistics give overwhelming support to what appears to be an almost universal law: Women do not commit crime as often as men. There even seems to be a broad consensus regarding the immediate reason for the low rate of female criminality. Because women occupy a subordinate social position in almost all societies, they are never brought up to take independent action, which is considered to be a prerequisite for committing crime. The case of early modern Stockholm is the only known example of a pattern of crime dominated by women. In late seventeenth century about half of the persons accused of, and sentenced for, any kind of crime, in this city were women. During subsequent decades the proportion rose to almost 70 %, the highest rate of registered female criminality in any known society. Viewing gender subordination as cause of the usually low rate of female crime is in my opinion totally falsified by this single piece of evidence. The frequency of men convicted for crimes against person fell dramatically during the seventeenth century. At the same time the frequency of female violence and slander was actually increasing. The changes in gender-related proportions of sentences in these categories of crime cannot be referred to a policy of subordination of women. It would rather seem that the subordination of women is replaced, as the decisive factor, by the process of disciplining, that the state primarily directed towards its male subjects. The shift in the code of honour does not seem to have affected women in the same way as men. 17

18 NSfK The courts seem to have been indifferent to the sex of the persons involved in these conflicts. In the usual scenario the conflict starts with verbal abuse, which sometimes leads to violence. This is further demonstrated by the fact that women are much more often than men accused of verbal abuse or slander, and that this kind of aggression is directed upward in the social hierarchies, while the reported violence is directed downwards. The traditional theories on female criminality share a common essentialist trait, assuming that biological reasons lie behind the differences between male and female crime-rates. The feminist critique of these theories, on the other hand, focuses only on women as victims of crime, or regards female offenders as victims of the prevalent gender order in a society. While this may be fruitful in some respects, a constructivist perspective would focus on how both men and women may find means of counter-power, and how they shape the gender system by their actions. Thursday 18 April: H.M. Prison Wolds By Eva Stenborre, researcher, Sweden About H.M. Prison Wolds In 1991 the prison population in England and Wales was inmates. By summer this year the prison population is likely to hit the mark. The increase in the number of inmates has also meant increasing costs, and due to this H.M. Prison Wolds was commissioned in April 1992 to be managed by a private firm called Group 4. The aim was to try to run prisons more efficently and to pay less per inmate, i. e. to be more cost effective. In 1992, when Group 4 won the first prison management contract to be operated by the private sector, it was the first privately run prison in Europe. In 2001 Group 4 was subjected to a further 10 years. Now Group 4 operates three prisons in the U.K. These are H.M. Wolds Prison in Yorkshire, H.M. Prison Altcourse in Liverpool and H.M. Prison Rye Hill near Rugby. Originally when Wolds Prison started as the first privately run prison it was a remand prison with 320 inmates. Now Wolds has 400 places including 140 remand prisoners. The staff consists of 258 employees. It is a local prison in Category B. In november this year it will change to a Category C training prison providing 300 places, including 100 places for those sentenced to life 18

19 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 imprisonment. The policy statements of HMP Wolds The policy statements of HMP Wolds include statements dealing with antibullying, drug policy, training, incentives and earned privileges. Within a prisoner community bullying can be a problem and have serious consequenses, at its worst bullying can lead to self-harming or attempted suicides. Wolds offers therefore support and help to victims. HMP Wolds also offers each inmate an individual sentence plan detailing his personal development needs. Wolds operates an Incentives & Earned Privileges Scheme with four levels. The highest level is for instance achieved with participation in the voluntary drugs testing program. Prison Industry The prison industry at HMP Wolds consists of three workshops: Projects, Textiles and Laundry. The aim is to teach prisoners the work ethic and to motivate them to work in an industrial environment. Projects is for the production of wrought iron work and metal fabrication and Textiles for the pruduction of clothing and other textile products. Laundry provides service within the prison. Wolds also has a Digital Media centre, one of only two centres of their kind in the world. Summit Media runs their operation from within the prison. At HMP Wolds the staff are made up of 25 trained prisoners who have compleded a full training program in order to work in this area. Summit Media produces websites and online marketing services to companies doing business on the web. The aim of Summit Media is to provide commercial clients with the best possible creative and business solutions whilst giving the prisoners employed by the business a realistic chance of employment after release. Summit Media also operates another Media Centre at HMP Rye Hill, bringing the number of the staff employed to over 50 throughout the company. Thursday 18 April: H.M. Prison Full Sutton By Eero Backman, University of Turku In Tursday afternoon the travelling seminar visited HMP Full Sutton in York. It is a maximum security prison in category A which means that an escape from 19

20 NSfK the prison has been made impossible. In the reception room all the visitors were inspected in a very strict way to find any objects which could be dangerous inside the prison. Additionally there was a security control in the workshop section. H.M. Prison Full Sutton was established in 1987, and today there are approximately 600 prisoners and 515 staff members. The prisoners have been sentenced for serious sexual and violent crimes and are regarded as dangerous to the public and other prisoners. About 100 of them have a life sentence. The architecture of Full Sutton differed from the other prisons that we visited. There were many low, narrow and long corridors that divided the prison into much smaller sections in order to restrict the interaction between the prisoners. The segregation unit looked more like the sections in other prisons, because there were mostly prisoners who were afraid of other prisoners. The cells did not differ from the cells in other prisons, but it was not allowed to keep girl pictures on the walls. The atmosphere of Full Sutton was rather peaceful, but it was easy to observe the higher tension in the interaction between the staff and the prisoners than in those two prisons that the travelling seminar visited. Everywhere there was CCTV-camera control (CCTV = Closed Circuit Television). And the staff wanted the visitors not to talk with the prisoners. Especially at the local prison in Hull the atmosphere was much more relaxed. The seminar visited also the psychological unit of the prison. This unit has two main tasks: a) to make risk assessments of the prisoners, and b) to develop treatment programmes for them. There are detailed programmes for both sexual offenders and violent offenders. Friday 19 April: Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge By Anita Heber, Stockholm University The 19 th of April 2002 the travelling seminar arrived in Cambridge and the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge. Dr Manuel Eisner, researcher and university lecturer, presented the research at the department. There are three major research centres at the criminological department in Cambridge: prison research centre managed by dr. Alison Liebling, centre for penal theory and penal ethics conducted by prof. Andrew von Hirsch, and 20

21 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 network for the study of social context of patterns in crime of which Prof. Per- Olof Wikström is in charge. The staff members, their research interest and current projects were presented and are listed here: Prof. Sir Anthony Bottoms: environmental crime, penology, theoretical criminology. Prof. David Farrington: developmental criminology, crime prevention. Prof. Per-Olof Wikström: sociological criminology, juvenile crime. Dr. Loraine Gelsthorpe: feminist critical perspective, sentencing of women. Dr. Adrian Grounds: mentally disordered offenders, psychological consequences of prison Prof. Michael Tonry: the criminal justice system and its policy. Dr. Alison Liebling: prisons, young offenders, suicides in prison. Dr. Nathan Harris: shaming and reintegration, social identity research. Dr. Shadd Maruna: desistance, qualitative methodology, narratives. Dr. Amanda Matravers: policing, women as sex offenders. Dr. Manuel Eisner: micro-macro integration, cross-national comparison. After this dr. David Butterworth made a summary of the history of British criminology. He mentioned for example that the first lecture of criminology in Britain was held in 1860 and the criminology in those days was largely a medico-legal based study of crime. In 1950 the British Journal of Criminology was established as well as the Home Office research unit while the National Deviance Council was set up in Nowadays the criminological research in Britain is very much focused on police work, prisons and penal theory. The Home Office is to a great extent accountable of the present research trend since they are conducting more research than all the criminological departments in Britain put together. In the afternoon we visited either the Radzinowicz library at the Institute of Criminology or the Squire Law Library at the Law Faculty. The Radzinowicz Library is named after Sir Leon Radzinowicz who was the first director of the institute. The library was established in 1960 and it is now holding the largest criminological collection in the UK with roughly 35,000 books, 15,000 pamphlets and subscriptions to approximately 250 journals. The library staff 21

22 NSfK can be reached by at: The Squire Law Library opened in 1904, founded upon a request from Miss Rebecca Flower Squire. This library houses a strong collection from the major law jurisdictions in a collection of about 130,000 volumes. The librarian s is: The library visit was followed by a Nordic seminar about sentencing and the penal theories in Scandinavia with a focus on juvenile crime. Eva Stenborre, a Swedish researcher, began by describing her comparative study concerning the sentencing norms in Sweden and Norway. Her study consisted of a comparison of criminal cases from the Supreme Courts in both countries. The background was that there is a general opinion in Scandinavia that neoclassicism motivates the sentencing in Sweden and Finland but not in Norway and Denmark. Instead, Eva Stenborre found that sentencing in both countries paid attention to personal conditions and mercy. Therefore it is not correct to say that neoclassicism determines sentencing in Sweden as penal theories in both Sweden and Norway can be explained by general and special deterrence with special retribution. Thereafter Timo Harrikari, researcher at the University of Jyväskylä, made a presentation on childhood, youth and crime from a historical perspective. He had examined the historically changing explanations of young people s criminality in Finland between 1860 and Five different themes were identified: missing will and moral corruption, the protection project, psychopathy and degeneration, the separation of childhood and youth and, finally, emotional disturbances and antisociality. The sources of the study consisted of Finnish committee reports, government proposals, diaries by the Finnish parliament, and the laws finally established. Timo Harrikari concluded that the explanations of youth crime changed vividly during the time period while the concept of crime remained fairly intact. The last presentation concerned the prisoner rate decrease in Finland in the 20 th century, and was held by Dr. Tapio Lappi-Seppälä, the director of the National Research Institute of Legal Policy. He described the unique pattern of the Finnish prison drop since the 1950s. While all other countries in Europe increased their prison population, Finland had a dramatic decline in prisoners. Remarkably the drop did not affect the total crime rate compared to the other 22

23 Nordisk Kriminologi 28(3) 2002 Scandinavian countries. Many factors can be accounted to the prison rate decline in Finland, for example changes in sentencing laws and sentencing practices, an increased use of open and custodial sentences as well as new alternatives such as community services. A crucial circumstance is the minimal influence from the media and politics on crime policy. Monday 22 April: Portsmouth By Christina Ericson, Stockholm University We arrived at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, Ravelin House, in the morning of the 22 nd of April This was our last visit to a Criminological Department during the travelling seminar. The first speaker was Professor Stephen Savage, director of the Department. He introduced the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies as the largest Criminology Department in the UK. The institute holds 28 academic staff, 15 administrative staff, 400 full-time and 600 part-time students. The key-features of the Institute are: 1) Interdisciplinary focus Criminology, Psychology, Sociology and Political science 2) Partnerships with Criminal Justice Agencies: National Police Training, Probation Services 3) International Profile (contacts e.g. with Japan, Mauritius, and Lithuania). Prof. Savage then talked about the Institute s main research areas. In the Centre for the Study of Criminal Investigation subjects as undercover policing, investigative interviewing and miscarriages of justice are dealt with. Under the broad headline The Changing Face of Criminal Justice Stephen Savage also brought up research areas such as politics and pressure groups in criminal justice, privatisation of criminal justice, crime prevention (e.g. CCTV) and international crime and justice. The Institute of Criminal Justice also focuses on research on Offenders and Victims, which contains such topics as drugs and drug trials, dangerous offenders, vulnerable victims, hate crimes, race and racism in criminal justice. Stephen Savage also introduced us to the different course programmes that his Institute offers; both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes are available. After Stephen Savage s introduction we heard the presentation of Mike Nash on the topic Developments in the British Probation Service. He started out with a description of the development of the crime policy in England and Wales since 23

24 NSfK the 1980 s, and explained how the probation service has developed from being a help for the offender to a punishment. Probation became a punishment in 1991 in England and Wales and was an effect of the just desert policy. Mike Nash also told that public protection, after the transition from Conservative to Labour government in England, still remains a priority for law and order agencies, and is likely to become increasingly significant as a key target for police and probation services. He also described how the government policy has encouraged the co-operation between the police and the probation services. After Mike Nash it was time for Les Johnston s presentation on the topic Police Reform: Community Wardens and the Extended Family of Policing. He started by telling about the growth in commercial, municipal and citizenbased security in England (and in other countries). In England there has been a decline in the police s monopoly over security provision. The aim of the research presented by Les Johnston was to analyse the development and operation of a project involving both public and private actors in the area of crime. The project concerned Community Wardens in West Lancashire that received public funding. Les Johnston wanted to analyse the roles of the partners from the public and the private as well as the work of the wardens, particularly in respect of patrol and to look closer into the operational relations between police and wardens. Les Johnston received, among other things, plenty of evidence that Wardens did engage in routine problem solving. Then it was time for the first Nordic presentation, by myself, Christina Ericson, Ph.D. student from the Department of Criminology, Stockholm University. The subject of my presentation was Crime Policy and the Swedish Women It was based on an article I am soon about to finish for a Gender Anthology at the Department of Criminology in Stockholm. The article deals with crime policy and the Swedish women as victims and offenders during the period The source material consists of bills from members of the Parliament of Sweden that are connected to the standing Justice Committee (Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Administration of Justice). The purpose of the article is to study the occurrence of women as victims and offender of crime in the bills and in which way or in which context they are described. I found 274 bills during the period ; nine bills were found in the 1970 s, 98 in the 1980 s and 167 in the 1990 s. In 89 percent of the 274 bills, women were described as victims and in 11 percent of the cases they 24

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