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What do you really know about crime? Try our interactive 'Finding the Truth' to dig way beyond the surface of forensic psychology, corporate crime and the prison system.
01 Mar 2019
A decision to save £293,000 led to the loss of 72 lives and some former residents of Grenfell Tower are still struggling to get the help they need.
19 Oct 2018
Professor Steve Tombs discusses the use of protest banners in response to the Hillsborough Disaster.
16 Mar 2018
A move away from enforcement of rules governing business promised 'better regulation' - but, argues the OU's Steve Tombs, the result is a loss of specialist expertise, a reduction in prosecutions - and risks to public health.
20 Jun 2017
Is the 'Better Regulation' in areas like food safety, workers' health and pollution control slowly killing us?
03 Jun 2016
Has the UK financial sector become the 'serial offender' of corporate crimes with mis-selling of products like PPI and pensions?
23 May 2016
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As the OU prepares to welcome new VC, Peter Horrocks, later this year, it might be a good moment to ‘take stock’ and reflect on both where we have been and where we are going…
13 Feb 2015
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