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Prof Hazel Croall

Visiting Professor of Criminology

Department: Social Sciences

Hazel works with the team in the School on selected projects and reviews and  will give occasional guest lectures.

Hazel Croall

Hazel has been responsible for teaching on and developing Criminology courses for many years along with researching and writing in a number of areas, including white collar and corporate crime, Scottish Criminal Justice and race and policing in Scotland. She is the co author of the text Criminal Justice in England and Wales, now in its fourth edition, and of Crime and Society in Britain. She has also acted as an external examiner and reviewer for many universities including Northumbria.

She is currently working on completing the second edition of this latter text, and on an edited volume on Crime and Criminal Justice in Scotland for Willan Publishing. She continues to pursue a number of research interests for including work on sentencing corporate offenders and is also interested in the general area of social exclusion, crime and victimisation.

Journal Articles

Croall, H. (2009) 'Community safety and economic crime'. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 9 (2), pp. 165-185.

Croall, H. (2008) 'White collar crime, consumers and victimization'. Crime, Law and Social Change, 51 (1), pp. 127-146.

Croall H. (2006) 'Criminal justice in post devolutionary Scotland'. Critical Social Policy, 26 (3), pp. 587-607.



Croall, H. (ed.) (2009) Corporate crime: major works London: Sage. (Three volumes)

Davies, M., Croall H., and Tyrer, J. (2009) Criminal justice: an introduction to the criminal justice process in England and Wales. 4th edition. Addison: Wesley Longman.

Croall, H. (2001) Understanding white collar crime. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Croall, H. (1998) Crime and society in Britain. New York: Longman.

Book Chapters

Croall, H. (2010) ‘Middle range business crime’, in Brookman, F. and Maguire, M. (eds.) Handbook of crime. Cullompton: Willan.

Croall, H. (2007) ‘Victimisation and social exclusion’, in Davies, P., Francis, P. and Greer, C. (eds.) Victims and society. London: McMillan.

Croall, H. (2007)  ‘Victimisation and white collar crime’, in Davies, P., Francis, P. and Greer, C. (eds) Victims and society. London: McMillan.

Croall, H. (2007) ‘Food crime’, in Beirne, P and South, N (eds.) Green criminology. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

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