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Teaching

Jayne currently shares the programme leader role for Criminology. She is programme leader for Contemporary Youth Justice and Policing, Crime and Society and has also taught on the following modules across levels four to six: Crime Continuities and Change, Crime Prevention and Community Safety and Punishment and Penology.

Research

Jayne’s research interests are within social policy and criminal justice issues; primarily young people, young adults, transitions and imprisonment. She has practical experience of and academic research with young people within prisons and the community.

Published Work

Price, J. & Turner, J. (2021) (Custodial) spaces to grow? Adolescent development during custodial transitions, Journal of Youth Studieshttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13676261.2020.1865525
 
Price, J. (2020) The experience of young people transitioning between youth offending services to probation services. Probation journal. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/0264550520939166.
 
Price, J. (2020) Life Imprisonment from Young Adulthood: Adaptation, Identity and Time. By Ben Crewe, Susie Hulley and Serena Wright [book review]. British Journal of Criminology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azaa027.

 

Conference presentations:

Howard League for Penal Reform 2020

The particular needs of young adults who have become ‘adult’ in the criminal justice system. Paper accepted – conference cancelled due to Covid-19.

British Sociological Association – Youth Transitions workshop 2020

3rd September - Invited panel discussant PGR to ECR and youth transitions

British Society of Criminology Conference 2019 Lincoln

4th July

Youth Violence Seminar 2019 Nottingham Trent University

28th June - Attended by academics and local practitioners

Postgraduate Conference 2018 University of Liverpool

3rd July

British Sociological Association 2017 Manchester

5th April – Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure estate

and adult penal institutions

The Politics of Marginalised Groups 2016 University of Manchester

21st September - Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure

estate and adult penal institutions

Leeds Centre of Youth Research Child and Youth Poverty Conference 2016 Leeds

16th September - Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure

estate and adult penal institutions

Working with Young Adult Offenders Conference 2016 Norway

1st September - Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure

estate and adult penal institutions

British Society of Criminology Postgraduate Conference 2016 Nottingham

6th July - Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure

estate and adult penal institutions

POP Fest Conference 2016 Manchester

5th July - Exploring the pathways and transitions young people experience between the juvenile secure

estate and adult penal institutions

Qualifications

Postgraduate Certificate Learning and Teaching in Higher Education – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

PhD Criminology ‘Exploring pathways and transitions between the juvenile secure estate and young adult/adult estate’ University of Liverpool

MA Criminal Justice Liverpool John Moores University

BA (Hons) Criminology with psychology Liverpool John Moores University