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The task of the Institute of Criminal Justice and Security Research is to carry out research in the field of criminal justice. This task includes examination and development of theories, structure, processes and procedures, causes and consequences of societal responses to criminality, delinquency and other security issues. In terms of content, research areas of the Institute of Criminal Justice and Security Research overlap those in the Faculty’s study programmes.
The Institute’s research work is done in the form of basic, applied, development and other projects and consultancy services that constitute part of the national research programme. In addition, the Institute also carries out scientific research and other activities outside the scope of this programme.
SECURITY AND SAFETY IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES (2015-2018)
programme leader: prof. dr. Gorazd Meško
LEGITIMACY AND LEGALITY OF POLICING, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND EXECUTION OF PENAL SANCTIONS (2013-2016)
project leader: prof. dr. Gorazd Meško
COOPERATION NETWORKS IN SLOVENE SCIENCE (2013-2016)
project leader: prof. dr. Anuška Ferligoj; FCJS researcher: dr. Matevž Bren, associate professor
LEGITIMACY OF POLICING AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE – COMPARATIVE PROSPECTIVES - Scientific Research Programme between Republic of Slovenia and United States of America (2014-2015)
LEGITIMACY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PENAL SYSTEMS IN RUSSIA AND SLOVENIA – Scientific Research Programme between Republic of Slovenia and Russia (2014-2015)
LEGITIMACY OF POLICING AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN SLOVENIA AND SERBIA - COMPERATIVE PERSPECTIVES – Scientific Research Programme between Republic of Slovenia and Serbia (2014-2015)
FCJS and its Institute carried out a numerous research projects on the national and the international level: