University of Plymouth Howard League student group
The University of Plymouth Howard League student group works for reform within the criminal justice system, running events and arranging guest speakers to enhance your understanding of your studies. It was established in January 2011 by students studying for the BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice.
The Society is involved in the Howard League for Penal Reform’s campaigns to reform penal policies, particularly the use of youth and adult custody in the UK. In the 2013/14 academic year the Society expanded the roles of members of the committee to include two events organisers, a social secretary, a treasurer, a website coordinator, a photographer and academic stage representatives, as well as the President and Vice-President.
You can also access information about other Howard League student groups across the UK: