I am a current doctoral researcher and associate lecturer in forensic psychology.
My thesis aims to explore child sexual grooming offences and to identify the varying levels of risk posed by these type of offenders.
I originally completed my BSc in Criminology and Psychology here at Hallam between 2010-2013, winning the student of the year award at graduation. I later completed my MSc Investigative Psychology at the University of Huddersfield in 2016 where I was awarded the Chancellor's prize.
Health And Wellbeing
Forensic and Investigative Research (FaIR).
BSc Psychology, BSc Criminology & Psychology, MSc Forensic Psychology.
Offenders & Offending (L5), Psychology for Criminologists (L4), Forensic Psychology (L6), Theories of Criminal Behaviour (L7).