It’s important that our research is applicable and relevant to those working in forensic practice, within forensic settings, with people at risk of offending or reoffending, and with people within the community (e.g., as part of resettlement, probation, people who engage in problematic gambling, etc). Numerous members of the FCRG have completed and/or are currently engaged projects, often with local or national stakeholders and service providers, that have direct link to forensic practice.
A recent book directly associated with this area of work was published by FCRG member Dr Phil Willmot (with colleague Dr Laurence Jones), entitled Trauma-Informed Forensic Practice.
Below are some papers and reports that are also related to this area work:
- Harris, L., Smith, L., & Hall, L. (2022). Responding to Women: University of Lincoln Workshop Report for Lincolnshire Women and Girls Network Conference. – Downloadable Report
- Smith, L., Mason, R., Harrison, K., Nichols, H., Hall, L., Saunders, G., … & Gaschino, E. (2022). “Just get on with it”: A qualitative exploration of the health and wellbeing of prison operational managers and Governor grades: Overview of findings.
- Harris, L., Smith, L., Hall, L., & Corbett, S. (2021). Improving Outcomes for Prison Leavers in Lincolnshire.
- Merdian, H. L., Perkins, D., McCashin, D., & Stevanovic, J. (2021). Integrating structured individual offending pathway analysis into group treatment for individuals who have accessed, shared, and/or distributed child sexual exploitation material: a feasibility study and preliminary outcome evaluation. Psychology, Crime & Law, 27(6), 579-605.
- Willmot, P., & Longfellow, E. (2021). Behind the Screen: Remote working in forensic mental health during the pandemic. Forensic Update, 137, 14-17.
- Garrington, C., Merdian, H., & Boer, D. P. (2020). Variables influencing the case prioritisation of men convicted of internet child abuse material offences. Sexual Offending: Theory, Research, and Prevention, 15, 1-19. – Open Access
- Roberts, A., Murphy, R., Turner, J., & Sharman, S. (2020). Predictors of dropout in disordered gamblers in UK residential treatment. Journal of Gambling Studies, 36(1), 373-386. – Open Access
- Mooney, A., Roberts, A., Bayston, A., & Bowden‐Jones, H. (2019). The piloting of a brief relational psychodynamic protocol (psychodynamic addiction model) for problem gambling and other compulsive addictions: A retrospective analysis. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 19(4), 484-496.