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Teaching

Level 4:

Crime continuities and change

Policing crime and society

Crime prevention and community safety

Work based learning.

Research

Criminal justice policy,

Juvenile secure estate,

Prisons, Transitions,

Youth imprisonment and youth justice

 

Published Work

Conference presentations:

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

PhD Criminology ‘Exploring pathways and transitions between the juvenile secure estate and young adult/adult estate’ University of Liverpool 2019

MA Criminal Justice Liverpool John Moores University

BA (Hons) Criminology with psychology Liverpool John Moores University