Search results for 'Youth Justice' (3)
Jodie HodgsonJodie is a lecturer in Criminology at the Leeds School of Social Sciences. She joined Leeds Beckett University in September 2019 having previously worked as a lecturer at The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Jodie completed her doctoral research as Liverpool John Moores University and undertook her BSc Criminology and MA Crime and Justice at The University of Chester. In addition to her academic scholarship, Jodie has also undertaken practitioner roles at Catch 22 Pan-Merseyside child exploitation service, Cheshire West, Halton and Warrington Youth Offending Service and Circles of Support and Accountability.
Sue Lindsay is a dual qualified youth and community worker and counsellor and psychotherapist with a long history of engaging with service users clients and students so they can reach their full potential.
Alan Smith is an award winning academic who was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2015. He is Course Director for an expanding area of provision which includes undergraduate and post-graduate qualifications in youth and community work, as well as a BA (Hons) in Working with Children, Young People and Families.