I joined the University of Kent in September 2015 after completing my PhD at the London School of Economics which used structural equation modelling to look at how area characteristics act as an offending risk factor.
Before moving into academia I was a Civil Servant and member of the Government Statistical Service for close to 10 years, working predominantly in the Home Office and the Ministry of Justice, but also with a period in the Government Equalities Office and the Department for Energy and Climate Change. My undergraduate degree was in Mathematics.
University of Kent
Kent CT2 7NF
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I have broad research interests both within criminology and social policy more generally. These include methodologies to make best use of existing data through theoretically informed structural equation modelling, with a particular focus on criminological enquiry.
I am an associate investigator on a project that aims to gain understanding of the online drug cryptomarkets.
I have also worked extensively on inequality research, predominantly focused on wealth and income distributional analysis.back to top