Charlotte Oliver MA, LLB (Hons)
PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant
As a Graduate Teaching Assistant scholarship holder I teach undergraduate students across all levels, whilst studying for my PhD.
My PhD work explores the probation supervision of people with sexual offence convictions and is supervised by Jake Phillips, Madhumita Pandey and Andrew Fowler.
I joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2021 to commence my PhD studies as a GTA scholarship holder.
My doctoral work examines the probation supervision of people with sexual offence convictions and is supervised by Jake Phillips, Madhumita Pandey and Andrew Fowler. I am also engaged in research on: the experiences of people with a sexual offence conviction and the occupational identity of probation staff.
I also teach Undergraduate Criminology modules that align with my research, covering topics such as, sexual offending, child sexual exploitation, desistance and probation.
Department Of Law and Criminology
College of Social Sciences and Arts
Department of Law and Criminology
I am currently part of the proofreading team for the British Journal of Community Justice. The journal is a peer-reviewed open-access online journal which explores policy and practices debates on community justice.
Presenting my PhD work as part of the Sheffield Institute for Policy Studies, Creating Knowledge Conference in June 2022 I was awarded the Delegates Choice prize for my research.
In November 2021 I convened "Through the gates: continued rehabilitation and reintegration of men who commit sexual offences.” Economic and Social Research Council funding was received by event lead Dr Madhumita Pandey to run the event as part of the Festival of Social Sciences. The event brought together voices of both experts and service users to create a dialogue around the need for continued and sustainable rehabilitation to prevent future harm and victimisation. https://festivalofsocialscience.com/events/beyond-the-walls-reintegration-of-men-who-commit-sexual-offences/