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I have worked at UON since 2005 in a number of differing roles each which have fed into the various avenues of research I have undertaken. My primary role has been within Library and Learning Services where I have previously worked in the Acquisitions and Metadata teams. Currently I am a member of the Learning Technology team. This range of experience has enabled me to conduct varied research projects i.e. reading lists and Talis Aspire software, change management and systems, as well as educational technology and online pedagogical practices.

This latter area of research ties in with the secondary role I have held at UON since 2006 – I am an Associate Lecturer and as fate has decreed, have taught on programmes in each of the existing faculties. My area of teaching and research has been following my increasingly technology-based primary role and I have developed and lecture on CJS3012 - Cybercrime (an online module), for the Criminal Justice Programme (Policing and Corporate Investigation strands), I also teach CJS3023 Digital Policing (also online), on the DHEP course, as well as providing a Digital Policing/Cybercrime component on the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship course. 

Research Interests

Although diverse, my research interests these days are broadly aligned around the use of technology – I am involved in educational technology and e-learning research projects, but also, and more specifically in line with my academic teaching, I am currently researching the use of AI enhanced technologies by UK law enforcement, looking at machine or deep learning modules in forensic software, as well as predictive systems and facial recognition technology, and importantly, ethical considerations and awareness when AI algorithms are utilised in the fight against crime.

I am also interested in the Enlightenment period of the eighteenth century and my doctoral research sought to redefine the Radical Enlightenment originally conceived by Margaret C. Jacobs and built on by Jonathan Israel. The Enlightenment and its focus on innovation, human perfectibility and progress correlates with, and informs, my current research focus on twenty-first century AI enhanced technological advancement.

Teaching Interests

2017 - Present

Cybercrime – CJS3012 (OL)

Digital Policing - CJS3023 (OL)

PCDA (Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship)  – Cybercrime component



Guest Lecturer on Critical Perspectives on Current Education Practices - EDU3039  



Eighteenth Century Literature – LIT2036

Romanticism – LIT3027

Women’s Writing – LIT2030

Victorian Literature – LIT1029


External Teaching


February – June 2010

Associate Lecturer in English Literature Special Module -Utopian Fiction at Oxford Brookes University. Oxford.


September 2007-May 2009

Lecturer in Psychology and Critical Thinking A’ Level at Northampton College, Booth Lane, Northampton.


Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Education/Academic qualification

Master, The Open University

Award Date: 30 Jun 2021

PhD, University of Northampton

Award Date: 10 Jul 2015

Master, University of Warwick

Award Date: 11 Jul 2007

Bachelor, University of Northampton

Award Date: 22 Jul 2005


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