The future of murder

The future of murder

Posted on: 7 April 2016

In this fascinating and emotive talk, the panel discusses the Dunblane school killings, the impact of social media on violent crime and Erwin James' experience of serving time in prison for murder. The talk aroused a lively discussion and debate from the students and members of the public in the audience.

This insightful talk was chaired by Dr. Jamie Bennett, Governor of HMP Grendon. The panel also featured Professor David Wilson, leading Criminologist and regular TV and radio commentator; Dr. Elizabeth Yardley, Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology; and Guardian Columnist, Erwin James.

The event continues the series of Birmingham City University's Future Talks. You can watch the full talk and find out about upcoming events at BCU here.

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