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Harriet Pierpoint

Harriet Pierpoint University of South Wales Welsh Crucible 2017 Harriet is a Reader in Criminology. She is interested in fairness and vulnerability in the criminal justice system. Her areas of expertise are: (1) criminal process, (2) vulnerable people in the criminal justice system, (3) alternatives to prosecution and custody, (4) resettlement and (5) animal abuse.

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Sarah Wydall

Sarah Wydall Aberystwyth University Welsh Crucible 2016 Sarah Wydall is a Senior Research Fellow and co-investigator of ‘Choice’. Choice is a longitudinal study (2015-18), exploring elder abuse & justice using participatory action research (PAR) & ethnography to design and implement new model(s) of justice. In the last five years Sarah have made a significant contribution

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Cheryl Allsop

Cheryl Allsop University of South Wales Welsh Crucible 2015 Cheryl obtained her ESRC funded PhD, entitled DNA, Detective Work and Cold Case Major Crime Reviews, which focused on how the police seek to solve long term unsolved murders and stranger rapes, from Cardiff University. She also has a degree in Law from Nottingham Trent University,

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Pamela Ugwudike

Pamela Ugwudike Swansea University Welsh Crucible 2012 Pamela is a Lecturer in Criminology and is based in the Department of Criminology at Swansea University. She originally trained as a Lawyer. Added to her Law degree, has a Masters degree in Criminal Justice and Applied Criminology (with Distinction) and a PhD in Criminal Justice and Criminology.

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