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Centre for Applied Criminology

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  • Imran Awan

    Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology

    Imran’s teaching career began at Birmingham City University before moving to Wolverhampton University. In 2009 he began work as a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Police Sciences at the University of Glamorgan. His teaching portfolio has been varied and is currently responsible for teaching Terrorism Theory, Managing the Police and Crime Analysis. He has previously been a module leader and...

  • Dr Elle Boag

    Lecturer in Social Psychology, Admissions Tutor for Psychology

    Although beginning her academic career as a mature student, Elle’s history at the University of Southampton spans seven years. After completing her BSc in psychology in 2006 at the University of Southampton, she was awarded both the school of psychology prize and the BPS prize for best dissertation in the Wessex region. Subsequently, she continued onto an MSc in research methods in psychology...

  • Professor Michael Brookes

    Visiting Professor

    Professor Michael Brookes, Director of Therapeutic Communities at HMP Grendon, is a consultant chartered and registered forensic psychologist who has led the prison’s therapy team for the last nine years. His professional career has been primarily concerned with the application of psychological theories and principles to individual or groups of offenders, managers of secure establishments and...

  • Dr Katerina Gachevska

    Lecturer in Criminology and Security Studies

    Dr Gachevska graduated from the University of Rousse, Bulgaria in 1999 and has since worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria and various national and international NGOs based in the country. She embarked on a PhD research at University of Wolverhampton in 2001 and graduated in 2009. She has worked as a lecturer at Wolverhampton during her studies there, and has participated in...

  • Dr Lyndsey Harris

    Admissions Tutor and 1st Year Tutor, Criminology

    Dr. Lyndsey Harris is a member of the executive committee of the Political Studies Association of the UK; a Council member of the Conflict Research Society; and a member of the Irish Criminology Network. Her research interests include extremism in the UK: The English Defence League; terrorism and political violence; strategic theory and Northern Irish Politics. Before joining Birmingham City...

  • Professor Craig Jackson

    Head of Division, Psychology

    As Professor of Occupational Health Psychology, Craig is interested in the effect of workplaces and working on people’s health and psychological wellbeing. Specific interests include unusual and rare occupations, work-related suicide, technology change, pesticide exposures, working hours, stress, research techniques, neurobehavioural methods and psychological assessments. He also increasingly...

  • Dr Edward Johnson

    Reader in Public Policy

    Dr Johnson is a Reader in Public Policy. He has taught at Birmingham City University for more than 20 years in the fields of criminal justice, politics and, most recently, security studies. He has written extensively on British foreign policy and on the role of the United Nations in international affairs. His most recent publication was a jointly edited volume entitled Arms and Disarmament in...

  • Professor Diane Kemp

    Professor of Broadcast Journalism

    Diane Kemp is a Professor of Broadcast Journalism at the Birmingham School of Media. She teaches radio and television skills and newsroom/production practice on the MA in International Broadcast Journalism and the professionally accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism courses. She joined the University in 1992. Prior to that Diane worked for the BBC in local radio and regional...

  • John Lamb

    Lecturer in Criminology

    John is a graduate of the universities of Kent (BA History) and Leicester (MSC Terrorism, Security and Policing) and is currently in the final stages of his PhD at Birmingham City University. John is currently the first year tutor for both Criminology and Criminal Investigations.

  • Adam George Thomas Lynes

    PhD student and Visiting Lecturer

    At 24, my academic career has only just begun but in that time I have gained a great deal of knowledge in a variety of subjects that fall under Criminology. With regards to lecturing, I began delivering seminars to undergraduates at the age of 22 and have since also started to deliver lectures. I have also been approached and accepted to be interviewed for a television programme hosted by...

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