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  • Dra. Dña. Ana Isabel Cerezo Domínguez

    Associate Professor in Criminal Law and Criminology

    Tel: 952132336     E-mail: aicerezo@uma.es

     

    Curriculum

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Name: Cerezo, Ana

Adress: Department of Criminal Law

Law School

Andalusian Institute of Criminology

Campus de Teatinos

University of Málaga

29071-Málaga

Spain

Telephone: + 34 – 952132336

Fax: + 34 – 952132242

E-mail: aicerezo@uma.es

Nationality: Spanish

Date of birth: 24-May-1969

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WORK EXPERIENCE:

- Dates (from – to): October 2001

Name and address of employer: University of Malaga

Type of business or sector: Academic

Occupation or position held: Associate Professor

Main activities and responsibilities: Teaching of Courses: Criminal Law I; Criminal Law II; Criminology; Prisons and Criminology.

 

- Dates (from – to): October 1996 to October 2001

Name and address of employer: University of Malaga

Type of business or sector: Academic

Occupation or position held: Assistant Professor

Main activities and responsibilities: Teaching of Courses: Criminal Law I; Criminal Law II; Criminology.

 

- Dates (from – to): January 1993 to October 1996

Name and address of employer: University of Malaga

Type of business or sector: Academic

Occupation or position held: ResearcherMain activities and responsibilities: Criminal Law.

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EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

- Dates (from – to): September 1987 – July 1992

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Malaga, Spain

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Law

Title of qualification awarded: MSc Law

 

- Dates (from – to): November 1992 – July 1995

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Malaga, Spain

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Criminology

Title of qualification awarded: BSc Criminology

 

- Dates (from – to): November 1998

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: University of Malaga, Spain

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Homicide between partners

Title of qualification awarded: PhD in Criminal Law and Criminology

 

- Dates (from – to): March 1991 – January 1993

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Law School, University of Malaga

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Assistant student

 

- Dates (from – to): July 1994 

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Cambridge University, Cambridge (U.K.)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Postgraduate Student, Topic: Summer School in English Legal Methods

 

- Dates (from – to): July 1994 – September 1994

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, Cambridge (U.K.)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Visiting Researcher, Topic: Domestic Violence

 

- Dates (from – to): November 1995 – January 1996

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, Cambridge (U.K.)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Visiting Researcher, Topic: Domestic Violence

 

- Dates (from – to): August 2000 – August 2001

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, Newark (U.S.)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Fulbright Visiting Researcher, Topic: Corruption in Public Administration

 

- Dates (from – to): February 2004

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (Australia)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Visiting Researcher, Topic: Criminal Justice

 

- Dates (from – to): March 2005

Name and type of organisation providing education and training: Institute of Information Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba (Japan)

Principal subjects/occupational skills covered: Visiting Researcher, Topic: CybercrimeT

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ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:

- Vice-Director of Institute of Criminology, University of Malaga, since May 2004—

-  Former President of the Spanish Society of Criminological Research (SEIC), since April 2005- April 2007 

- Former Executive Secretary of the Spanish Society of Criminological Research (SEIC), April 2004 – April 2005

- Former Member of the scientific commission of the International Society of Criminology (ISC), January 2006-March 2013

- Former Secretary of Institute of Criminology, University of Malaga, March 1998-December 1999

Executive Secretary of Andalusian Society of Victimology (SAV), since January 2005-

- Former Supervisor of Victim Assistance Office in Malaga, since 2002-2012

- Former Vice-Secretary of Faculty of Law, University of Malaga, March 1997-March 1998

- Former Member of the board commission of the European Society of Criminology (ESC), September 2010-September 2012

- Coordinator of final project in Criminology degree, University of Malaga, since 2013-

- Member of the Observatory on Academic Criminological Programs (www.criminology-programs.org) since September 2009

 

Research Projects:

• Coordinator for University of Malaga of Research Project: "Victimisation Surveys in Malaga" (PB91-0411) July 1992-July 1994. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Education

• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Victimisation Risk, Urban Delinquency and Prevention" (PB95-0479) December 1996-December 1998. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Education 

• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Illicit Practices in the Public Administration: corruption". (PB98-1400) December 1999-December 2002. Budget: 18KEuro. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Education (DGYCIT)• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Drugs and Delinquency". October 2001-October 2002. Budget: 72KEuros. Funding: Spanish General Council of Judicatory

• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Comparative Research between Act 4/1992 and Act 5/2000 about Juvenile Criminal Responsibility. October 2002-December2003. Budget: 84KEuros. Funding: Spanish General Council of Judicatory

• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Illicit Practices in the Construction Industry: vulnerability to organized crime and corrupt agents in urban construction and planning” " (2001/FAL/168) February 2002-June 2003. Budget: 11KEuros. Funding: European Union. Falcone Program

• Researcher for University of Malaga: "Theory and Practice in Criminal Law Making ". 2003-2006. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology

• Coordinator for University of Malaga: “Counterterrorism strategies in Spain”. October-December 2005. Funding: Research and Documentation Centre, Ministry of Justice, The Netherlands

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “Security 2020: Digital Scenarios” (FIT-360503-2006-3). 2005-2006. Budget: 1329K euros. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “The Law and Order Approach as Inspiring Criteria for Criminal Justice Policy” (SEJ2006-07242/JURI). December 2006-December 2009. Budget: 80K euros. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science an Education 

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “ARES: Advanced Research on Information Security and Privacy” (CONSOLIDER-Ingenio 2010). October 2007-September 2012. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “Evaluation of CCTV in Malaga” (SEJ-01603). April 2007-April 2010. Budget: 103K euros. Finding: Andalusian Government

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “Evaluation of therapeutic program for drug criminals in Andalusia and Basque Country”. January 2007-January 2010. Budget: 42K euros. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Public Health

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “Security Criminal Policy” (DER2009-08888). January 2010-december 2012. Budget: 87K euros. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Education

• Main researcher for University of Malaga: “The police in the Spanish municipalities”. September 2011-September 2012. Budget: 23K euros. Funding: Spanish Citizens Defender Office

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “ “The Efficiency of the Law and Order Approach in Reducing Domestic Violence”. January 2009-December 2013. Budget: 130K euros. Funding: Andalusian Government

• Researcher for University of Malaga: “Criminal Justice Policy: Indicators, Biases, Instruments and International Dissemination”. February 2013-January 2016. Budget: 12K euros. Funding: Spanish Ministry of Science and Education

• Researcher for university of Malaga: “Immigration Delinquency in Spain”. January 2014-January 2018. Budget 88K euros. Andalusian Government

 

Organization of Workshops:

• Co-Chair of “Spanish Society of Criminological Research Meeting”, Malaga, Spain, October 1999

• Co-Chair of “Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Workshop”, Malaga, Spain, February 2005

• Co-Chair of “3rd Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference”, Madrid, Spain, April 2006

• Co-Chair of “Mass Media, Delinquency and Victims Workshop”, Malaga, Spain, April 2006

• Co-Chair of “International Symposium of Making Law Policy in Latin American countries”, Malaga, Spain, December 2006

• Co-Chair of “4rd Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference”, Malaga, Spain, April 2007

• Co-Chair of “Professional profile of Private Detective Workshop”, Malaga, Spain, March 2009

• Co-Chair of “Evaluation of therapeutic program for drug criminals in Andalusia and Basque Country Symposium”, Malaga, Spain, October 2009

• Co-Chair of ““Evaluation of CCTV in Malaga Symposium”, Malaga. Spain, June 2010

• Co-Chair of “Cybercrime: TICs application in detection, control and prevention of crimes Workshop”, Malaga, Spain, march 2013

• Co-Chair of “1st Training Course in Technological Research and Forensic Computer Science”, Malaga, Spain, December 2013

• Co-Chair of “1st Criminology Students Conference”, Malaga, Spain, March 2014

• Co-Chair of “2nd Training Course in Technological Reasearch and Forensic Computer Science”, Malaga, Spain, November 2014

• Co-Chair of “2nd Criminology Students Conference”, Malaga, Spain, March 2015

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OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:

- Member of the Spanish Group of Criminal Policy since 2002

- Member of the SEIC (Spanish Society of Criminological Research) since its creation in 2000

- Member of the ESC (European Society of Criminology)

- Member of SAV (Andalusian society of Victimology) since its creation in 2005

- Reviewer of REIC (Spanish Society of Criminological Research Journal) since its creation in 2002

- Reviewer of Criminological Bulletin since 2006

- Reviewer of InDret Criminología y Sistema de justicia Penal (www.indret.com) since its creation in  2013

- Reviewer of Estudios penales y criminológicos (http://www.usc.es/revistas/index.php/epc) since 2013

- Reviewer of Revista Jurídica de Investigación e Innovación Educativa (REJIE) (http://www.eumed.net/rev/rejie/) since 2013 

- Reviewer of European Journal of Criminology (EJC) since 2014

- Reviewer of Asian Journal of Criminology (ASOC) since 2014

- Reviewer of European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research since 2014

- Reviewer of Feminist Criminology since 2015

- Reviewer of Spanish Agency for Evaluation (ANEP) since 2014 

- Member of the International Editorial Board of the International Journal of Cyber Crimes and Criminal Justice (IJCCCJ) since May 2006

- Coordinator of Master of Private Detective, University of Malaga, since September 2007

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PARTICIPATION IN PROGRAM COMITTEES:

- 3rd Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference, Madrid, April 2006

- 4th Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference, Malaga, April 2007- 4th International Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA), Atenas, June 2009

- 9th Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference, Gerona, June 2012

- 12th  European Society of Criminology Conference, Bilbao, September 2012

- 7th International Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA), Crete, June 2012

- 8th International Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA), Lisbon, May 2013

- 9th  International Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA), Plymouth, July 2014

- 10th Spanish Society of criminological Research Conference, Granada, May 2014

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PUBLICATIONS:

 

I. Books (in Spanish).

"Domestic Violence: Prevalence and Evaluation" (Book Chapter) Ana I. Cerezo Publisher: Atelier, 2006, ISBN: 84-9635-482-2

• "Victims of Domestic Violence" (Book Chapter) Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2006, ISBN 84-8456-638-2

“Analysis of Victims in Official Criminal Statistics” (Book Chapter)Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa Garcia, Fátima PérezPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2005, ISBN 84-8456-327-8
• “Criminal Analysis of Seizure and Confiscation”Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Comares, 2004, ISBN 84-8444-887-8

• “Drugs and Delinquency” (Book Chapter)Jose L. Ripolles, Juan Munoz, Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004, ISBN 84-8442-961-X

• “Research Problems in Criminology: the Spanish Situation” Jose L. Ripolles, Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2001, ISBN 84-8442-324-7

“Homicide Between Partners: Criminology Perspective” Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2000, ISBN 84-8442-026-4

“Victim Surveys in Malaga” Jose L. Ripolles; Francisco J. Girón, Per Stangeland, Ana I. CerezoPublisher: Tirant lo blanch, 1996, ISBN 84-8002-359-7

“The Prison in Spain: a Criminology approach” Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa Garcia España (coord.)Publisher: Comares, 2007, ISBN 978-84-9836-291-6

“Internacional Cooperation to Fight Transnational Cybercrime” (In English)Ana I. Cerezo, Javier Lopez, Ahmed PatelPublisher: IEEE Computer Society, 2007, ISBN 0-7695-2941-0

“Spanish Victim Survey ” José L. Díez Ripollés, Elisa García España, Fátima Pérez, Maria J. Benitez,  Ana I. Cerezo, Publisher: IAIC-Fundación Cajasol, 2009, ISBN 978-84-8455-305-2

“Victim Lobbies in making criminal law process ” Ana I. Cerezo Publisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2010, ISBN 978-84-9876-868-8

“Video-surveillance in the streets of Malaga ” Ana I. Cerezo, José L. Díez RipollésPublisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2011, ISBN 978-84-9004-208-3

  “The therapeutic program for drug criminals as a prison alternative”   Juan Muñoz, Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa García y Fátima Pérez   Publisher: Tirant lo Blanch, 2014, ISBN 978-84-9086-129-5

 

II. Refereed Journal Publications.

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Administrative Corruption: Adaptation to Penal Code of International Treaties”. Spanish Criminal Law Review, 21, 2001, pp. 453-470

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Statistical Evolution in Sexual Crimes”. Spanish Guardia Civil Review, 22 (81-88), 2000, ISBN: 84-505-8574-0

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Scenarios of Homicide in Malaga”. Spanish Criminal Law and Criminology Review, 2 (233-280), July 1998

• Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa Garcia, Auxi Duran: “The Moroccan Immigrant Women as Victims of Crimes in Malaga”. Spanish Criminal Justice Review, 65, (467-493), 1998, ISSN: 0210-4059

• Ana I. Cerezo et al.: “Policing Research in Domestic Violence”. Spanish Criminological Bulletin, April 1995, ISSN: 1127-2427 (http://www.boletincriminologico.uma.es/boletines/9.pdf)

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Homicide between Partners”, Spanish Criminological Bulletin, November 1998, ISSN: 1127-2427 (http://www.boletincriminologico.uma.es/boletines/37.pdf)

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Study of the Act 15/2003 in relation to gender legislation”, Spanish Journal of Gender Perspectives, 15, May 2004, p. 19, ISSN: 1696-6988

Elisa García José Díez, Fátima Pérez, María Benitez, Ana I. Cerezo: “The Evolution of Crime in Spain: Victims Survey Longitudinal Analysis”, Spanish Society of Criminological Research Journal (REIC), nº 8, 2010, pp. 1-27 (http://www.criminologia.net/pdf/reic/ano8-2010/a82010art2.pdf)

Elisa Garcia, José Díez, Fátima Pérez, María Benitez, Ana I. Cerezo: “Crime trends through two decades of social changes in Spain”, Crime Law and Social Change, volume 54, number 5, 2010, pp. 359-380 (In English)

Ana I. Cerezo y José Díez: “CCTV Evaluation in the streets of Malaga”, Spanish Criminological Bulletin, June-July 2010, ISSN: 1127-2427 (http://www.boletincriminologico.uma.es/boletines/121.pdf)

Juan Muñoz, Fátima Pérez, Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa García:  “The therapeutic program for drug criminals as a prison alternative”. Spanish Criminological Bulletin, numbers 127 y 128, 2011, pp. 1-4 (http://www.boletincriminologico.uma.es/boletines/127.pdf) (http://www.boletincriminologico.uma.es/boletines/128.pdf)

Deborah García y Ana I. Cerezo: “Money laundering in Media press”, Spanish Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology,  RECPC 13-06 (2011), pp. 1-26 (http://criminet.ugr.es/recpc/13/recpc13-06.pdf)

Ana I. Cerezo: “Criminology in Spain: History and Evolution”, European Society of Criminology Newsletter 11(2), 2012, pp. 14-17 (In English)

Ana I. Cerezo: “CCTV and Crime Displacement: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation”. European Journal of Criminology, vol.   10, Issue 2, March, 2013 (In English)

Lorea Arenas, Ana I. Cerezo y María Benítez:”Discursive Analysis of the Social Agencies involved in acts of Gender Violence”, Spanish Society of Criminological Research Journal, REIC, nº 11, 2013, pp. 1-25 (http://www.criminologia.net/pdf/reic/ano11-2013/a112013art4.pdf)

 

III. Refereed Conferences Publications.

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Homicide Between Partners”, British Criminology Conference, Belfast (UK), July 1997

• Ana I. Cerezo: “The Moroccan Immigrant Women in Malaga - Spain as Victims of Crime”, 9th International World Symposium on Victimology, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), August 1997

• Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa Garcia, Auxi Duran: “Labour Conditions of Moroccan Immigrant Women in Malaga”, IV Spanish Conference of Labour and Social Psychology, Valladolid (Spain), June 1998

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Preventing Domestic Violence in Spain”, 51st Annual Meeting American Society of Criminology, Toronto (Canada), November 1999

Ana I. Cerezo: “Scenarios of Intimate Partner Homicide”, X International World Symposium on Victimology, Montreal (Canada), August  2000

Ana I. Cerezo, Elisa Garcia, Fatima Perez: “Analysis of Victims in Official Criminal Statistics”, I Spanish Society of Victimology Conference, Lerida (Spain), October 2004

Ana I. Cerezo, Jose Becerra: “Evaluation of restraining orders to domestic violence victims”, II Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference, Barcelona, April 2005 • Ana I. Cerezo: “Evaluation of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in Spain”, 5th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Cracow (Poland), September 2005 

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Domestic violence: Incidence & Evolution”, Feminist Internacional Conference, Malaga (Spain), November 2005

• Ana I. Cerezo, Alex Stevens, Isabel Kessler, Katrin Steinack: “Review of Good Practices in Preventing the Various Types of Violence in the European Union”, III Spanish Society of Criminological Research Conference, Madrid (Spain), April 2006

Ana I. Cerezo: “Inicial strategies to fight transnacional cybercrime”, 1st Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Sweden, June 2006

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Comparative analysis between Finnish and Spanish Criminal policies”, IV Spanish Conference on Criminology, Malaga (Spain), April 2007 

 • Ana I. Cerezo: “Internacional Cooperation to Fight Transnational Cybercrime”, 2nd Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics & Incident Analysis, Samos (Greece), August 2007

• Ana I. Cerezo: “Crime prevention based on information technologies”, 7th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Bolonia (Italy), September 2007 • Ana I. Cerezo: “Victim Lobbies in making criminal law process”, I Andalusian Meeting of Victimology, Granada (Spain), June 2008

Ana I. Cerezo: “Evaluation of CCTV in Malaga (Spain): Preliminary Results of a Pedestrian Victim Survey”, International Conference “Justice and Policing in Diverses Societies”, San Juan (Puerto Rico), June 2008

Ana I. Cerezo: “Video-surveillance in Malaga streets”, VI Spanish Conference on Criminology, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), June 2009

Ana I. Cerezo: “Spanish Victim Survey”, II Annual Conference of the Spanish Society of Victimology, Madrid (Spain), November 2009

Ana I. Cerezo: “Evaluation of CCTV in Malaga (Spain)”, 7th Annual Conference of the Spanish Society of Criminology, Elche (Spain), June 2010

Ana I. Cerezo: “Evaluation of CCTV in Malaga (Spain)”, 10th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Liege (Bélgium), September 2010

Ana I. Cerezo: “The effectiveness of the punitive approach towards partner violence against women”, 8th Annual Conference of the Spanish Society of Criminology, San Sebastian (Spain), June 2011

Ana I. Cerezo: “The effectiveness of the punitive approach towards partner violence against women”, 11th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Vilna (Lithuania), September 2011

Ana I. Cerezo: “Discourse analysis of the social agents involved in acts of gender violence”, 9th Annual Conference of the Spanish Society of Criminology, Gerona (Spain), June 2012

Ana I. Cerezo: “Discourse analysis of the social agents involved in acts of gender violence”, 12th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Bilbao (Spain), September 2012

Ana I. Cerezo: “Telematic control in the Spanish legal system”, 12th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Bilbao (Spain), September 2012

Ana I. Cerezo: “Comparative Analysis of Personal Data Protection and Privacy Laws between European Directives and Malaysian Legislations: The Impact on Emerging Information Communication Technologies, 2012 Tuanku Ja’afar Law Conference and Workshop, Kuala Lumpur (Malasia), October 2012

Ana I. Cerezo: “The effectiveness of the punitive approach towards partner violence against women”, I Simposium SEIC-UAM, Madrid (Spain), June 2013

Ana I. Cerezo: “Gender Violence Sentences Analysis”, I Simposium SEIC-UAM, Madrid (Spain), June 2013

Ana I. Cerezo: “Discourse analysis of the social agents involved in acts of gender violence”, XI Spanish Sociology Conference, Madrid (Spain) July 2013

Ana I. Cerezo: “Gender perspective in the prevention of female delinquency”, X Spanish Conference on Criminology, Granada (Spain), May 2014

Ana I. Cerezo: “Women in prison in Spain: their criminological and social invisibility”,14th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Prague (Czech Republic), September 2014

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