Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi (NSfK)
Conseil de coordination nordique en matière de criminologie
Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology
Nordisk Samarbetsråd for Kriminologi (NSfK)
Pohjoismaiden Kriminologinen Yhteistyöneuvosto
Nordisk Samarbejdsråd for Kriminologi (NSfK)
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1 Jan 1962, Stockholm (Sweden), following recommendations made in 1961 of Nordic Ministers of Justice and in the framework of Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM).
Initiate and conduct criminological research and further such research within member countries; assist and advise the Scandinavian governments and NMR on issues related to criminology; collect and circulate information on subjects of interest to Scandinavian criminologists.Available with paid subscription only.
Initiates and coordinates comparative research in several areas of criminology, including hidden criminology, police research and victimology; awards grants (annually) to several individual Scandinavian research projects, such as studies on juvenile delinquency, minorities, white collar crime, alternatives to prison, informal and formal social control and alternative ways of settling conflicts.
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