Frankco Harris

DPhil Criminology

Other affiliations

St Antony's College


Frankco is a first-year BAME DPhil Criminology student at the Centre of Criminology and is supervised by Professor Rachael Condry.  His research is jointly funded through the ESRC: Economic and Social Research Council Grand Union scholarship and the St Antony's College Warden's scholarship, and he is also a Black Academic Futures (BAF) Scholar.  His research will explore the socio-spatial dynamics of gang and youth violence in Bermuda. 

Frankco graduated with a first-class LLB Law (with Criminology) degree from The University of East London, where he received the Dean of Law School Prize for Academic Achievement. He then graduated with distinction from The London School of Economics with an MSc in Criminal Justice Policy and was awarded the Titmuss Best Dissertation Prize (Criminal Justice Policy). 

Frankco is dedicated to elevating the voices of individuals from marginalised communities with lived experience of the Criminal Justice System for evidence-based policy development, co-production, and research. He is also deeply passionate about issues related to desistance, rehabilitation, and personal recovery.

Research projects & programmes

Centre for Criminology