Experts

 

Crime

  • Dr Eleanor Seymour

    Dr Seymour is an expert in gender and conflict. She has a specific focus on sexual and gender based violence in conflict and post-conflict societies
    07909596735
    Crime Gender Law Rights Lab Sociology War and security sexual violence gender-based violence Gender relations Conflict society post-conflict societies international courts sociology anthropology Gender studies human rights International Law
  • Dr Luciano Pollichieni

    Dr Pollichieni can cover terrorism and organised crime, human slavery in Africa (especially Nigeria), terrorist financing through criminal activities, radicalization and drug trafficking.Drug Trafficking (especially county-lines), Far-right terrorsim, Jihadi terrorism, conflicts in Africa (especially the Sahel and the Horn of Africa), and Human Slavery.
    07445279258
    Crime International Relations Politics War and security World Terrorism organised crime county lines human slavery Africa nigeria terrorist financing criminal activitism radicalization drug trafficking far-right terrorism jihadi terrorism conflicts in Africa Sahel horn of africa
  • Victor Kattan

    Victor Kattan is an expert in international law (especially laws of war, territorial disputes) with special knowledge of the longstanding Israel-Palestine dispute. He has an interest in partition, decolonization and the crime of apartheid.
    Crime International Relations Law War and security World International Law arab-israeli dispute International Criminal Court international court of justice laws of war laws of territorial disputes israel-palestine Decolonisation apartheid
  • Dr Gary Winship

    Chair of Training Standards for Universities Psychotherapy & Counseling Association (UPCA) and the UKCP Universities Training College (UTC). UKCP psychotherapist (UPCA), NMC MHN registered, formerly Lecturer; Universities of Sheffield, Reading, visiting lecturer: Greenwich, UCL, Goldsmiths, Oxford Brookes. Senior Adult Psychotherapist; Berkshire NHS Trust, Broadmoor & Maudsley Hospitals. Appointed as a clinical governance reviewer for CHIA in 2000. Full member: Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the NHS (APP). Dr Winship is a member of the Centre for Research in Human Flourishing. His research supervision areas include: self-harm, suicide,substance misuse (drugs and alcohol)gangs,bullying,knife crime,violent conduct and its management,transgenerational features of mental disorder and mental trauma,football (sport as social inclusion),arson,fire-starting,green therapy,social inclusion,personality disorder,depression,therapeutic democracy,therapeutic anarchy (especially chaos theory in human relations) and human relations.Dr Winship's current research topics and recent students include:Thin slicing: analysing interaction in initial therapeutic encounters,Bullies and bystanders: dynamics of peer disengagement,Perceptions of school counsellors in Singapore,Childhood depression and stakeholder perceptions of diagnosis and use of anti-depressants,Attachment, Object relations and Addiction and Schooling in a post-industrial society.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6512
    Crime Education Health and Medicine Psychology psychotherapy Counselling Self harm suicide substance abuse drugs drugs and alcohol gangs bullying knife crime mental disorder mental trauma arson therapy personality disorder Human Relations
  • Dr Christopher Woodard

    I am an expert on philosophical views about well-being and about what makes actions right or wrong.I can contribute to discussions about what well-being really is (as opposed to what causes long life, or good health, for example). I can talk about ethical values or different views about what makes actions right or wrong.Ethics and political philosophy. Especially utilitarianism and philosophical views about well-being.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5844
  • Nigel Hunt

    I am a health psychologist with a specific interest in traumatic stress, mainly but not entirely focused on war. I use a variety of approaches, but draw increasingly on narrative approaches to psychological understanding.I have also conducted research on the impact of alopecia (hair loss). Much of my work is international.https://drnigelhunt.com/War and traumatic stress - Alopecia - Remembrance and memorialisation - History and psychologyPrevious media experience: Nigel has regularly appeared on local radio - Radio 4, e.g. Today, Woman's Hour, own programme on alopecia - Television, BBC, ITV, C4, Iranian TV - Most national and some local newspapersInterested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    0115 846 6484
  • Dr Simon Duff

    Dr Duff is a chartered and registered forensic psychologist with experience of working with adult offenders such as those who offend sexually against children, stalkers, people whose fetishes have resulted in criminal behaviour, violent individuals, and men who have committed sexual assaults and rapes.His work at the University centres on training future forensic psychologists, supervising their academic work, research, and clinical practice. His research covers a range of topics, primarily informed by his clinical work and the service within which he works.
    0115 823 2213
    Children Crime Health and Medicine crime sexual offences violent crime paedophiles rape stalking Forensic Psychology festishes pornography sex crimes sexual assault Grooming
  • Kerry Clamp

    Dr Clamp's main research area is in restorative justice - an approach to dealing with crime and conflict that brings those most affected into contact. She has recently completed a national survey on police use of restorative justice which outlines how police officers are trained, how they practice restorative justice and how other specialist services are commissioned to deal with more complex cases throughout the criminal justice process. She is also the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Restorative Justice Council, the national voice and standards setting agency for restorative justice in England and Wales.
    +44 (0)115 846 7612
    Crime justice crime criminal justice restorative justice
  • Dr Nicola Carr

    Youth justice, prisons, probation and community sentences. Young people's transitions from custody, the effects of juvenile criminal records, the roles of pre-sentence reports in sentencing and LGBT prisoners' experiences.
    +44 (0)115 75 84 179
    Children Crime Law justice youth justice probation community sentences LGBT prisoners
  • Dr Sascha Auerbach

    Imperialism Migration and Race Crime; Policing Law and Labour American Universities; Riots and Demonstrations; Origins of "popular journalism"; Nationalism and national identity. Immigration Race and racism; Sensational court cases; Popular nationalism; Xenophobia Crime and police responses to it Anti-Chinese sentiment.History of race, law, colonialism and labour in the 19th and early 20th c. British Empire. Focus in Asia is on Malaysia, and on the migration of Indian and Chinese labourers between different colonies. Currently examining the comparative history of Indian and Chinese indentured labour in SE Asia, Mauritius, and the Caribbean.
    +44 (0)77 177 082 93
    American Politics Crime Cultures History International Relations Migration Politics Rights Lab World race crime migration America China Malaysia Riots demonstrations crime Racism Labour
  • Professor Peter Ling

    African American history. American history. Non-violence and social justice. Martin Luther King Jnr and political education in the civil rights movement. John F Kennedy. Kennedy assassination. Historic commemorations. Gun control in the US.
    +44 (0)115 951 4268
    American Politics Arts and Culture Crime History International Relations Politics World African American history social justice civil rights Martin Luther King Jnr political education John F Kennedy assassination commemorations gun control us
  • Professor Bill Dixon

    Crime and criminal justice. Policing. Racially-motivated offending and crime and justice in contemporary South Africa.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5403
    Crime Law sociology social policy crime criminal justice race justice South Africa
  • Emmanuele Lazzara

    Sexuality, gender identity and related discrimination patters in Chinese society (China and Taiwan), also linked to Christianity and its impact upon attitudes towards sexual minorities(LGBT).
    +44 (0)7922 79 0434
    Arts and Culture China Crime Law sexuality gender identity discrimination China christianity IAPS
  • Dr Melanie Jordan

    Criminology; Social Theory; Prisons & Punishment; Sex Crime; Criminal Justice System; Theoretical Criminology; Zoophilia & Bestiality Penal Reform
    +44 (0)115 951 5410
    Crime Health and Medicine Law Politics Rights Lab crime Criminology prisons sex crimes criminal justice system penal reform modern slavery trafficking
  • Professor Todd Landman

    Human rights in the world; global democracy; statistics and quantitative analysis; comparative analysis; US politics; Latin American politics.US political developments in domestic and foreign policy, elections, are relations, police violence; World politics with respect to trends and issues associated with democracy and human rights.
    +44 (0)7584615104, +44 (0)115 74 86270
    American Politics Business and economy Crime Law Politics Rights Lab World USA politics american politics democracy police violance human rights US political developments
  • Professor Kevin Bales

    Professor Bales has extensive expertise in modern slavery, with 25 years experience in the field at all levels from hands-on to UN policy development.He can comment on anything related to modern or historical slavery or human trafficking or slavery in supply chains or slavery and climate change or conflict or forced marriage.
    +44 (0)115 846 6230
    Crime Politics Rights Lab World slavery modern slavery policy politics Rights Lab human rights
  • Dr Catherine Gegout

    European Union politics; Foreign policy; Military intervention; EU-Africa relations; EU-developing world relations; Colonialism; International Criminal Court.
    +44 (0)115 9514 999
    Brexit Crime Politics War and security World politics Foreign Policy EU relations Brexit
  • Professor Kevin Browne

    Assessment of violent and sexual offenders, the development and assessment of risk for aggression, anti-social and criminal behaviour in children, teenagers and adults. The potential for violence by parents and caregivers and individuals high risk for child abuse and neglect. Assessments on parenting in general and evaluation of parent-child interaction and relationships from an attachment theory perspective. Consequences and developmental effects of children growing up in a violent family and witnessing spouse or elder abuse or experiencing physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Expert witness in family court on child care proceedings and in criminal court proceedings involving physical and sexual violence.
    +44 (0) 115 823 2210 , +44 (0) 7770 750 554
    Children Crime Health and Medicine violence sexual offenders Aggression Criminal Behaviour
  • Dr Alison Gardner

    An experienced public sector professional and early-career researcher with expertise in local governance and public policy. I currently lead 'slavery free communities' a ground-breaking programme of research focussed on local and place-based responses to modern slavery. I am part of the University of Nottingham's 'Rights Lab', a global Research Beacon which aims to end contemporary slavery in our lifetime.
    +44 (0)7910 983 818
    Crime Politics Rights Lab modern slavery Local Government Public Policy

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