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Crime in Popular Culture Writing Prize 2021

This summer’s School of Justice unit JSB287 featured the inaugural Crime in Popular Culture Writing Prize.  The prize was awarded for the best submissions received for the first assessment in the unit, where students were asked to critique a crime-related text (book, film or TV series).

The shortlisted entries were judged by Head of School Professor John Scott, JSB287 Unit Co-ordinator Dr Dean Biron and PhD candidate Tiffany Sutherland.

The three winning entries chosen were by Max Gibson, Grace Staunton-Allan and Liam Jackson. Each of the co-winners was presented with a certificate.

It is hoped that the writing prize will become a permanent addition to the Crime in Popular Culture unit.

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