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Alexandria Bradley


Having worked with offenders for a number of years, I have experience working either for or in collaboration with, the probation service, police and the prison service. As a former drug and alcohol programme facilitator based in HMPYOI Low Newton and HMPYOI Deerbolt, I have strong experience working with offenders in their rehabilitation and offending behaviour. I have interests in victimology, prisons, offender rehabilitation and offender vulnerability. Having experienced these issues first hand, my clients inspired me to complete my PhD surrounding this topic in the hope to implement change and add to knowledge to enhance academic literature surrounding offender victimisation and vulnerability.



MA Criminology & Criminal Justice – Distinction 2013
BSC Forensic Science and Criminology: 2:1 2012


Victimology and Vulnerability

Research themes & scholarly interests

Victimology, Vulnerability, Offender Rehabilitation, Prison and Punishment, Creativity in Prisons, Restorative Justice and Reintegrated Shaming. 


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