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Brontë Lecture Theatres (BL)

University of Huddersfield

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Huddersfield

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A Public Lecture by Dr Melanie Flynn, Senior Lecturer, Criminology

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In this lecture, Melanie Flynn will draw on over ten years of scholarship in the field of wildlife and animal-related crime. She will introduce the wide-range of crimes committed in England & Wales and set out why wildlife and animal-related crime is important and should be taken seriously. She will then summarise some of the issues and problems related to tackling this sort of crime, before setting out ideas about how this could be done better. In particular she will explore methods of prevention and ways to improve enforcement, as well as critically discussing sentencing approaches. Melanie is keen for the audience to share their thoughts and opinions on these matters, so time will be made for open discussion.

The Lecture begins at 6.30pm with complimentary refreshments served from 6.00.

Venue: Bronte Lecture Theatres

To find the venue, please use the campus map (building no 3 )

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