Dr Karen Washington-Dyer

Job Role
Senior Lecturer in Criminology & Criminal Justice
Room
B27

Biography

I began my career with Wrexham’s youth service before becoming a full-time mature student on the very course I now lecture on.

After completing my degree, I went on to complete further postgraduate study, and was awarded my PhD ‘New’ terrorism and the implications for perceptions of Islam among different faith groups: A qualitative study in 2016.

Qualifications

BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

PhD

Research

Terrorism, Hate crime, Mass shootings, Perceptions of youth.

Courses

Studying in Higher Education

Crime, society and social policy

Signal Crimes and Criminals

Social difference and inequality

Crime in contemporary society

Control, Justice and Punishment

Terrorism

Research supervision

 

The Terrorist Risk and its consequences

Publications

Hughes, C., Madoc-Jones, I., Washington-Dyer, K and Dubberley, S (2015) Encouraging Signs: A Qualitative Evaluation of Review and Congratulate Panels in the Wrexham Youth Justice Team.

Madoc-Jones, I., Hughes, C., Dubberley, S., Gorden, C., Washington-Dyer, K., Wilson, F., Lockwood, Ahmed, A., and Wilding, M. (2017) Evaluation of Homelessness Services Provided to Adults Leaving the Secure Estate. Welsh Government Contract Number: C200/2016/2017 (£69,197; 2017-2018).