Search results for 'Youth Justice' (3)
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.
Professor Heather Shore
Heather Shore has published widely in the field of crime and penal history. Her research encompasses the history of youth offending, the historical evolution of the idea of the criminal underworld, and British organised crime in the interwar period of the twentieth century. Heather is co-convenor of History UK (HUK), co-chair for the Criminal Justice Strand of the European Social Science History Conference (ESHHC), and a founding member of the British Crime Historians (BCH).
Professor Colin Webster
Professor Colin Webster is a British Academy Prize Winner and is a member of the Editorial Board of the ‘British Journal of Criminology’. His major collaborative research projects include the Teesside Studies of Youth Transitions and Social Exclusion.