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We particularly seek a membership that reflects the diversity of research, researchers and global contexts associated with this subject, and warmly welcome applications from every continent. We are keen to support early career researchers and welcome membership requests from PhD candidates.

Please note: we generally do not admit members on the basis of Masters-level study alone, and we can only approve your membership if you are researching urban violence, criminal violence, police violence, or related issues in an established scholarly or professional capacity. Please provide clear details of this work.

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Police vehicles parked in Manenberg community, Cape Town, South Africa. October 2017.
Police vehicles parked in Manenberg, Cape Town, October 2017. Image credit: Kieran Mitton.