The criminology society is an open society for students who share an interest in criminal justice, law, socio-politics, human rights and for those who simply want to be part of a community. We aim to provide an authentic experience to all our members and we really hope to connect with students from all disciplines and backgrounds!
Events and Activities
Movie/Documentary nights crime, politics, thrillers. We'd love to hear your suggestions!
Virtual debates/discussions why do we commit crime? should we trust the police? what makes a serial killer? the topics are endless!
Guest speakers from various areas of criminology listen to real people and their experience in the field
Trips (Criminology themed) crime scenes, exhibitions, courts of law, museums, historical locations
Quiz nights do you have the know-how to impress your peers? who cares! we'll be running single and group games
Whatsapp Group Chat Let's stay connected!
Social Media Our social media platforms are a great way to connect with your fellow criminology buffs. Follow for regular content inlcuding information, current issues, articles, polls and updates about your society!
We would love for you to join our society, if you do please drop us an email so we can say hello, get your mobile and add you to the group chat
email: email@example.com | instagram: uwlcriminologysociety | facebook: uwlcriminologysociety2020/21
COMMITTEE POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Below are the positions available when putting yourself forward for a committee position. Some groups may have additional roles to others, so make sure you check them out!
CHAIRPERSON - click here
- This role is new and includes elements of the President and Vice-Presidents roles. It’s been designed to incorporate some of the administration and face-to-face elements that go into running a society. This person will act as the face of the society and will lead by example!
GROUP ADMINISTRATOR - click here
- This role is a new role created to reduce the demand on the President and add value to the treasurer role, therefore, it includes elements of the Treasurer roles. It’s been designed to incorporate the behind-the-scenes administrative work and the financial elements that go into running a student group.
For the full description of the core roles, head over to our webpage to take a look: click here
How do I nominate myself?
Nominating yourself couldn’t be easier!
All you need to do is write a short bio (up to 300 words) about who you are, what position you are running for, and why and fill out this google form: HERE