Dear Participants of SASCV 2011, the Organizing Committee of SASCV 2011 wholeheartedly thanks all of you for contributing to the great sucess of SASCV 2011! It was a pleasure to have you in Jaipur and hope to meet you at the Third International Conference of SASCV at GOA.


The First International Conference of the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) was conducted during 15 - 17, January, 2011 at Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

The Conference was organized by the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) and Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University (A Public funded Institution under section 2f and 12b of UGC), Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India.

The Venue of the Conference was  Hotel Jaipur Greens, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Cultural Evening and Traditional Dinner was held at ChokhiDani - Ethnic Village

The main theme of the Conference was CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION IN THE GLOBALIZED ERA
The major sub themes were
1. Terrorism and Extremism
2. Cyber Crimes, Laws and Security
3. Crimes of Culture and Culture of Crimes
4. Marginality, Social Exclusion and Victimization
5. Criminal Victimization in South Asia and Victimization of South Asians in other countries

Key Note Speakers

Opening Keynote Speaker (Saturday, 15th January 2011)

    Professor Roy King

    Institute of Criminology

    University of Cambridge


    United Kingdom


Special Keynote Speaker (Saturday, 15th January 2011) (Video Presentation)

    Professor David. S. Wall

    Department of Sociology and Criminology 

    School of Applied Social Sciences

    Durham University


    United Kingdom


Special Keynote Speakers (Sunday, 16th January 2011)

    Professor Marc Groenhuijsen

    International Victimological Institute (INTERVICT) 

    Tilburg University


    The Netherlands


   Dr. Gail Mason

   Sydney Institute of Criminology

   Faculty of Law

   University of Sydney

   NSW 2006



Closing Keynote Speaker (Monday, 17th January 2011)

    Professor Emilio C. Viano

    Department of Justice Law and Society

    School of Public Affairs

    American University

    Washington D.C.

    United States of America


Plenary Speakers

(Saturday, 15th January 2011)

   Professor Uri Yanay

   The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare

   The Hebrew University of Jerusalem





   Alaeldin Maghaireh Ph.D.

   Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (CTCP)

   University of Wollongong

   New South Wales



(Sunday, 16th January 2011)

   Soma Chaudhuri Ph.D.

   Department of Sociology &

   School of Criminal Justice

   Michigan State University

   East Lansing

   United States of America


   Helen Codd

   Lancashire Law School /  

   Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice


   United Kingdom


(Monday, 17th January 2011)

   Professor Simha F. Landau

   Institute of Criminology

   Faculty of Law

   The Hebrew University of Jerusalem




   Natti Ronel Ph.D.

   Department of Criminology

   Bar Illan University