JDI Associate Criteria

How can I become a JDI Associate?

Associates of the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science are listed as such on the JDI website. This is not a formal UCL appointment.

Colleagues are added to the list by invitation, based on the recommendation of the JDI Associates Board, which comprises senior staff of the Institute and is chaired by the Director.

The main criteria taken into account by the Board are that the individual will be making an active contribution to the research or teaching agenda of the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science and will support the aims and aspirations of crime science. The purpose of Associateship is to formally acknowledge the efforts and contributions of colleagues to the work of the Institute and to the furtherance of crime science.

Current or former members of the Institute’s staff are not eligible for Associateship unless they have an ongoing relationship with the Institute which contributes to its work.

Associate status will be reviewed after five years.

Associateship status cannot be used for commercial purposes and implies no endorsement of the views of the individual by UCL or the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science. Nor can it be used in advertising or in the context of media comments. Under no circumstances can Associateship of the JDI be referenced in any media commentary on police investigations, active or otherwise.

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