I am a Teaching Fellow within the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies. My area of expertise is Penology, mostly offender rehabilitation, and resettlement. I have worked at HMP/YOI Bronzefield, a closed women's prison in Ashford, UK, as well as conducted qualitative research in Malta's only prison, Corradino Correctional Facility. I have been on a number of study visits at various European prisons including Rebbiba Prison in Rome, Zweibrücken Prison in Germany, The Pathways Centre in Dublin as well as Mountjoy, also in Dublin.
I have been involved in a number of European Projects, the lastest being FAIR (Fighting Against Inmate Radicalisation) and SkillHUBS, based in prison education. I am a member on two Working Groups - one on Formal Education in Prison and another on Employment for Inmates - within a European Social Fund Project (P4E@CCF).
I have an active interest in anything relating to prisons, especially prison education, as well as radicalisation and terrorism.
Modules in teach on:
Essential Skills for Criminologists
Crime and Society
Contemporary Terrorism and the Global Response
I also supervise a number of undergraduate students on their final dissertation.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):