Natti Ronel is a senior lecturer at the Department of Criminology, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, and licensed clinical criminologist who holds private practice with criminal population, youth and adults who exhibit addiction, violence and/or victimization. He has a special focus on the spiritual aspect of criminology and victimology - its values and impact upon individuals and communities: spiritual based intervention and recovery, moral transformation, forgiveness and spiritual intelligence. Natti is the proponent of a new criminological theory “The Criminal Spin”. Natti is both a practitioner and researcher of victimology. K. Jaishankar is a senior assistant professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, India. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of two international journals and have edited three books and authored one. He is a Co-Investigator of an International project on cyber-bullying and a member of the UNODC (United Nations office of Drugs and Crime, Vienna) Core group of Experts on Identity related crime. Jaishankar is the proponent of the “Space Transition Theory of Cyber Crimes” and his areas of academic competence are Victimology, cyber criminology, crime mapping, GIS, communal violence, policing, and crime prevention. Moshe Bensimon is a lecturer at the Department of Criminology, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. His fields of interest combine criminology, victimology and music. In his recent studies he examines the place of music in different psychological and psychosocial victimological aspects, including music therapy with PTSD survivors. Moshe investigated, for example, the impact of group music therapy on victims of terror attacks and the meaning of collective singing to people who were evacuated during the Israeli Disengagement from the Gaza Strip.