Crime and Society Foundation relaunches as 'Harm and Society'
Date released: 13/07/07
Since 2003, the Crime and Society Foundation has operated as an independent project within the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's College London. In 2007, we are taking forward the project in two ways. We will be developing further our interest in harmful behaviours beyond those generally defined as crime. Our work will also be much more closely integrated with the other work of the Centre. Alongside these changes, our commitment to developing fresh and challenging policy perspectives remains.
To reflect this change, the Foundation will be known as the Harm and Society project, operating under the name of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. Find out more about the aims and objectives of the Harm and Society project here.
If you would like to discuss the work of Harm and Society then please e-mail either or or call 020 7848 1695 or 1685.
The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's College London is an independent charity that informs and educates about all aspects of crime and criminal justice. We provide information, produce research and carry out policy analysis to encourage and facilitate an understanding of the complex nature of issues concerning crime.