Research team

Primary researchers

Diez ripolles

Jose Luis Díez-Ripollés is Full Professor of Criminal Law and Director of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Malaga. His vast experience as a researcher and consultant in criminal justice policy and his numerous publications have put him at the forefront of this subject in Spain. He is a founding member of the Criminal Justice Policy Study Group. [cv]

garcia españa

Elisa García-España is Associate Professor of Penal Law and Criminology, and Vicedirector of Academic Affairs at the Criminology Institute of the University of Malaga. Her research interests include how formal social control mechanisms respond to immigrants. She is the director of the Observatory about Criminal Justice Responses towards Immigration (OCSPI, for its Spanish acronym). [cv]

Research team:

juan muñoz

Juan Muñoz-Sánchez is Full Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Malaga. His main lines of research include the response of the criminal justice system to crimes against public health and intervention with drug-dependent offenders [cv]

 

 Cerezo3Ana Isabel Cerezo is Associate Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, and Vicedirector of Research at the Institute of Criminology at the University Malaga. Her research focuses primarily on gender-based violence and cybercriminality. [cv]

casermeiro

Pablo Rando-Casermeiro is Assitant Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Seville. His research involves political-legal analysis of the distinction between criminal law and administrative law penalties and crimes against intellectual property [cv]

fatima perez

Fátima Pérez-Jiménez is Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology and director of the Delinquency Observatory -ODA- of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Malaga. Her main line of research is the juvenile justice system. [cv]

José Becerra-Muñoz is Assistant Professor of jose_becerraCriminal Law and Criminology at the University of Malaga. His main research interest is decision-making in the creation of criminal legislation. He is currently on the board of the Spanish Society for Criminology Research. [cv]

 

Work team

Lorea despacho Lisbon

Lorea Arenas-García is a researcher in training (FPI) at the Institute of Criminology at the University of Malaga. She is currently writing her thesis on the application of electronic monitoring devices in the Spanish criminal justice system and she has collaborated in different projects on criminal justice policy. [cv]

María Contreras

María Contreras-Román is a researcher in training at the Institute of Criminology at the University of Malaga. She is working on a thesis about the response to crimes committed by undocumented immigrants. She has taken part in a number of projects on the implementation of alternative sentencing. [cv]

Methodology consultants

M.JoseBlanca

María José Blanca is Full Professor in the Department of Psychobiology and Behavioural Sciences Methodology at the University of Malaga. Her research activity focuses on methodological issues, experimental designs and methodological applications in different fields and she has collaborated with research groups in many branches of the Social Sciences. [cv]

rebecca_bendayan

Rebecca Bendayan is a Research Associate at University College London. She specialises in Methodology of Behavioural Science and Health. Her doctoral thesis was on the robustness of statistical procedures for the analysis of longitudinal data. She has been a visiting scholar at the University of Manchester, the University of California and the University of Bristol. [cv]

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