Vacancy: DRIVE Data, Research & Evaluation Coordinator 

DRIVE (Drug Related Intimidation & Violence Engagement) is an interagency project which outlines systems and structures to respond to drug related intimidation and associated violence in Ireland. The DRIVE project is seeking a Data Research and Evaluation Coordinator to take a leading role in the project. A central aspect of the project is to collect, validate, analyse and report on anonymous data in relation to drug related intimidation in Ireland. The successful candidate will have a lead role in supporting its implementation and rollout across community-based projects in Ireland. They will also examine other relevant data sources to support the development of reports and to facilitate evaluation of the progress of DRIVE. Deadline 30 May, interviews 10 June. For more information click here

 

Vacancy: Law Reform Commission, Deputy Director of Research

The Law Reform Commission was established by the Law Reform Commission Act 1975 to keep the law under independent, objective and expert review. The Deputy Director will play a key role in the Commission’s law reform projects, supporting legal researchers in the resolution of complex legal research questions and developing draft Bills for inclusion in the Commission’s law reform publications. Deadline: 5 June 2024 at 12 noon. Click here for further information.

 

RFQ for A Research and Summative Evaluation of the Barnahus West Project

The Department would like to invite submissions on a Request for Quotes (RFQ) for A Research and Summative Evaluation of the Barnahus West Project - an integrated response to reduce trauma being experienced by children and their families as a result of child sexual abuse (CSA). Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any queries or submissions. You can download further information here. Deadline for responses 26 June 2024 at 12 noon, deadline for clarifications 10 July 2024.

 

MA in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice in Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology

Applications for the are now open. The MA gives students the opportunity to develop a specialist knowledge of debates around crime causation and its control in a comparative and international context. The programme is aimed at professionals working within the criminal justice system as well as more recent graduates. The programme is offered one year full-time and two years part-time. For further information see: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/postgraduate-studies/courses/ma-comparative-criminology-and-criminal-justice. Deadline 30 June 2024.

 

DCU

LLM in Policing, Crime and Security

A new LLM in Policing, Crime and Security has been launched by the School of Law and Government at Dublin City University. This is a one year full-time/two year part-time Masters programme which has been carefully devised to give students both significant breadth and depth of knowledge on matters relating to policing, criminal behaviour, security studies and responses to terrorism. For more information see https://www.dcu.ie/courses/postgraduate/school-law-and-government/llm-policing-crime-and-security. Deadline 1 July  (for EU students) and 31 July (for non-EU students).

 

University of Limerick

LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal Justice delivered by the School of Law

Applications are now open for the LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal Justice delivered by the School of Law, University of Limerick. Details including programme structure and application portal are available on the respective programme websites: Campus based programme is offered 1 Year fulltime and 2 Years parttime: https://www.ul.ie/gps/course/law-human-rights-criminal-justice-llm-ma Online programme is offered 2 Years parttime only: https://www.ul.ie/gps/law-human-rights-criminal-justice-llmma-online. Deadline 2 August.

BA in Applied Policing and Criminal Justice delivered by the School of Law

The Level 8 (National Framework of Qualifications) Bachelor of Arts in Applied Policing and Criminal Justice is a two-year part-time online programme, delivered by the School of Law, University of Limerick. Click here for further detail. Deadline 2 August.

  

Call for Articles: The Irish Criminal Law Journal

The Irish Criminal Law Journal has issued a call for article submissions. The Journal welcomes submissions on any aspect of criminal law, criminal justice, criminal procedure that pertains in Ireland. Comparative research articles with a significant focus on Ireland will also be considered. Click here for further details.

 

 

 

 

ACJRD Newsletter and notice submissions

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