Thesis title: Diversity or disorder? Promoting diversity through police partnerships
I graduated in 2015 with a First Class Honours Degree in Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring BA (Hons) at York St John University. I was then awarded the Women in Science and Engineering scholarship to complete my MSc in Psychology at Leeds Beckett University.
I have worked extensively with North Yorkshire Police since 2013, in the development of the Neurodiversity Partnership Hub and training in autism for police officers. I am also involved with National Prisoner Befriending Charity, New Bridge as a befriender. I have also had a variety of roles in the university setting. In 2014, I was appointed as research assistant on the Child-to-Parent Violence research project conducted by Dr Lynne Gabriel at York St John University. In 2016, I extended this role to graduate research assistant for the Counselling and Mental Health Clinic at York St John University.
Scope of Research
My research will focus on the policing of those with neurodiverse conditions such as autism; the risks that arise because of these conditions, the police and the integrity of the criminal justice system, in accordance to the role that partnership working may play in mitigating these risks. This will be done by developing relationships with North and South Yorkshire police forces and through the completion of a scoping study which will inform the direction of the research.
Criminal Justice System, Criminology, Policing, Neurodiversity, Mental Health, Partnership working, Mixed Methods
• Centre for Criminological Research
• N8 Policing Research Partnership
• Sheffield University Policing Research Group
• British Psychological Society (Graduate Member)
LAW353 Analysing Crime Data
Jane Lambert Voluntary Award 2011
Women in Science and Engineering 2015
N8 Policing Research Partnership Studentship 2016
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