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Observatory of Criminolgical Education and Research

What is OFIC?
  :: Objectives
  :: Technical Criteria
  :: Composition and Functions
  :: Normative
  :: White Paper

The OFIC is composed of prestigious Professors from Spanish and foreign universities:

  • Rosemary Barberet. Professor of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York (USA)
  • José Cid Moliné. Professor of Criminal Law at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Director of the Degree and Master in Criminology
  • Franck Cullen. Professor of Criminology at the University of Cincinnati (USA)
  • José Luis Díez Ripollés. Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Manchester and Director of the Andalusian Institute of Criminology (section Málaga)
  • Gonzalo Escobar. Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Girona.
  • Vicente Garrido Genovés. Criminal psychology professor at the University of Valencia
  • Esther Giménez-Salinas i Colomer. Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology and Dean of Ramon Llull University (Barcelona).
  • Andrea Giménez Salinas. Professor of Criminology at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and president of the SEIC.
  • Elena Larrauri Pijoan. Professor of Criminology at tPompeu Fabra University (Barcelona).
  • Juan José Medina Ariza Professor of Criminology at the University of Manchester
  • Santiago Redondo Illescas. Professor of Psychology and Criminology at the University of Barcelona
  • Cristina Rechea Alberola. Professor of Psychology at the University of Castilla-La Mancha and Director of Research in Criminology
  • SECRETARY OF THE OBSERVATORY: Paula Villar Torres: Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

OFIC functions include:

1 •  To make available to the users information about the plans for the Degree in Criminology from the diverse Universities.

2 •  To make technical and evaluative comments on the new degrees designed or approved by the Spanish Universities.

3•  To Publicize the Criminology curricula in other countries.

3•  To disseminate the scientific knowledge generated by the research developed in our country.

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