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Research students

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  • Liam Brolan

    Lecturer in Criminology and First Year Tutor

    Liam Brolan is Lecturer in Criminology and 1 st  Year tutor at Birmingham City University.  Having completed both a BA (Hons) and MA in Criminology at Birmingham City University, Liam joined the department as a member of staff in 2014, working as a Visiting Lecturer.

  • Melindy Brown

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Melindy’s main area of research focuses on the support within the community to encourage desistance from offending and substance misuse. Additionally, Melindy is a prison befriender for the New Bridge Foundation, a befriending service between members of the public and people in prison.

  • Sophie Gregory

    Course Director - Criminology, Policing & Investigation, and Security Studies

    Sophie Gregory graduated in 2011 with a First Class Honours Degree in Criminology. She was then awarded the Howard League Bursary, from the charitable penal reform organisation, to study towards her Master’s in Criminology and has been working in the Department of Criminology and Sociology at Birmingham City University since...

  • Victoria Hancock

    Doctoral researcher

    Victoria has a background in forensic psychology, starting her career as a trainee forensic psychologist at HMP Stafford, having graduated with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) Psychology degree from Nottingham Trent University.  Over the last 15 years, Victoria has worked in various different roles within the Criminal Justice System,...

  • Sarah Lloyd

    Assistant Lecturer in Forensic Psychology

    From an early age, Sarah Lloyd was interested in forensic psychology and after her undergraduate degree realised she wanted an academic career.

  • Craig Pinkney

    Doctoral researcher

    Craig is a criminologist, urban youth specialist and lecturer at University College Birmingham, UK.  An experienced youth worker, Craig holds a BA (Hons) in Youth & Community Development (JNC), Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning, Post Graduate Certificate in Research and a Master's in Criminology.

  • Natasha Pope

    Doctoral researcher

    Natasha is a member of the C.H.O.I.C.E.S network; a collaboration between the West Midlands Police, P.C.C'S office, teachers, practitioners and academics from Birmingham City University and University of Wolverhampton to develop ways to help teachers identify vulnerable or at risk pupils. She also had the opportunity to sit as...

  • Laura Riley

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Laura Riley is a Lecturer in Criminology and PhD researcher at Birmingham City University. Her research focuses upon desistance from serious offending and the importance of the community in this process. Her teaching interests include: Policing, vulnerabilities, ethics and qualitative research methods.

  • Dan Rusu

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Dan is a lecturer in criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2016. Prior to his work at BCU, Dan completed his Masters in Psychological Science at University of Glasgow.

  • Hollie Sutch

    Doctoral researcher

    Hollie Sutch is a PhD student at Birmingham City University focusing her research around the presence of extremism online, examining potential risk factors and drivers in order to establish systematic software and prevention strategies to reduce the level of extremism online. Hollie achieved a first-class in BSc Hons...

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