I joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2014 as a lecturer in criminology and teach on the undergraduate criminology programme and the probation officer training course. I am currently researching 'revenge porn' (non-consensiual pornography).
Before joining Sheffield Hallam, I spent more than a decade working in criminal justice-related posts including roles in probation approved premises (hostels) and offender management teams, and various prison psychology posts.
I am trained in a variety of risk assessment tools and intervention approaches and have substantial experience of working with prisoners at risk of suicide and self-harm and the staff supporting them. I am a graduate member of the British Psychological Society, a qualified probation officer, and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
My teaching and research interests include justice, psychological perspectives, sex and gender, and ‘revenge porn’ (non-consensual pornography).
My interests include criminal justice cultures, risk management of suicide and self-harm, probation practice issues, sex and gender, and ‘revenge porn’ (non-consensual pornography).
Social Sciences and Arts
Department Of Law and Criminology
Social Sciences and Humanities
I am currently undertaking a programme of research around 'revenge porn', gender, and victim blaming.
Burrows, J. (2013). Victim awareness : re-examining a probation fundamental. Probation Journal, 60 (4), 383-399. http://doi.org/10.1177/0264550513502250
Burrows, J. (2016). Fear and loathing in the community: sexual offenders and desistance in a climate of risk and 'extreme othering'. In Robinson, A., & Hamilton, P. (Eds.) Moving on from crime and substance use transforming identities. (pp. 153-174). Policy Press: https://policypress.co.uk/moving-on-from-crime-and-substance-use