Centre for Applied Criminology Members
Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology
Imran's areas of expertise are based around the impact of Islamophobia and the effects of counter-terrorism. As well as being a regular face in the media, Imran is a government advisor for the Cross-Government Working Group on Anti-Muslim Hatred.
Lecturer in Criminology and Security Studies and Admissions Tutor
John Bahadur Lamb has been a member of staff at Birmingham City University since 2010, first in a part time capacity and then full time from January 2013. In 2014, he was nominated for Extra Mile awards at Birmingham City University for his teaching.
MSc Forensic Psychology Programme Director
Professor Michael Brookes OBE was formerly Director of Therapeutic Communities at HMP Grendon where for eleven years he was the clinical lead within this accredited therapeutic community prison. He was responsible for the effective delivery of therapy.
Lecturer in Criminology
Dr Martin Glynn is an experienced and internationally renowned educator, theatre director, and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry books, alongside building a growing reputation as an author of children’s books.
Teaching Fellow in Criminology
Jonathan Jackson has been working within teaching and learning for 10 years at a number of institutions and providers. Prior to taking on a role at Birmingham City University, Jonathan's previous experience involved working in custodial environments.
Edward Johnson, a reader in public policy, has written extensively on British foreign policy and on the role of the UN in international affairs. He has taught at Birmingham City University for more than 25 years in the fields of politics and, most recently, security studies.
Programme Director and Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Emma is Programme Director for Criminology, Policing and Investigation, and Security Studies at Birmingham City University . She is also a member of Birmingham City University's Centre for Applied Criminology.
Professor of Broadcast Journalism
Diane Kemp is a Professor of Broadcast Journalism at the Birmingham School of Media. She currently runs the MA in International Broadcast Journalism and the Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism courses, both of which she also teaches on. Diane has been associated with the Broadcast Journalism Training Council for many...
PhD Researcher and Assistant Lecturer in Criminology
Morag Kennedy has been a member of staff at Birmingham City University since 2013, first in a part time capacity as a Visiting Lecturer in Criminology and then as an Assistant Lecturer from May 2015.
Programme Director of MA Criminology and Lecturer in Criminology
Dr Stephanie Kewley is a Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University and a member of the Centre for Applied Criminology. Stephanie worked for the Probation Service for over 10 years