Staff

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  • Dr Adam Lynes

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology

    Dr Adam Lynes is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2012, covering topics from criminological theory to organised and violent crime.  He has also conducted and published research focusing on a number of violent crimes - from serial murder to family annihilation.

  • Aidan O'Sullivan

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Aidan O'Sullivan has been a Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University since September 2016. He has taught on courses dealing with policing and investigation, hate crime, transnational organized and corporate crime and security studies.

  • Dr Sarah Pemberton

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology

    Before joining Birmingham City University, Dr Sarah Pemberton taught Criminology at the University of Derby. Prior to this she has held research posts at the Health and Social Policy Research Centre, University of Brighton and the Health Science Research Institute, University of Warwick.

  • Mohammed Rahman

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Mohammed Rahman is a Lecturer in Criminology, and has been at Birmingham City University within an academic capacity since 2008. He completed his BSc (Hons) Forensic Computing degree in 2011, and then an MA Criminology in 2013.

  • Shona Robinson-Edwards

    PhD Researcher and Assistant Lecturer in Criminology

    Shona Robinson – Edwards is a PhD Researcher and Assistant Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University. Offending, Rehabilitation, Religion and Desistance are Shona’s areas of interest.

  • Sophie Grace Rowe

    Teaching Fellow in Criminology

    Sophie Rowe  was appointed as Graduate Teaching Assistant in Criminology in 2013, and is now studying towards her PhD. Her research examines the reconviction rates of befriended prisoners, compared to non-befriended prisoners.

  • Dr Victoria Silverwood

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Dr Victoria Silverwood is a lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University.  She completed her ESRC funded PhD, entitled “Five for Fighting: The Culture and Practice of Legitimised Violence in Professional Ice Hockey” at Cardiff University in 2015.

  • Dr Keith Spiller

    Programme Director MA in Security Studies

    Dr Keith Spiller's research examines the internationalisation of crime and terror prevention. Focuses have included the regulation of international industries and impacts on organisational and operational practices, as well as the production and consequences of security rhetoric.

  • Dr Andrew Whiting

    Lecturer in Security Studies and Criminology

    Dr Andrew Whiting’s current research is conducted across two main areas: Investigating the role of expert discourse in the production of cyber-security knowledge, and investigating the impact of UK counter-terrorism and counter-extremism policies and practices.

  • Professor David Wilson

    Emeritus Professor

    David Wilson is a former prison governor and expert on serial killers through his work with various British police forces, academic publications, books, and media appearances. Most recently he appeared on the Channel 5 documentary, Serial Killers.

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