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Louise Ridley, senior lecturer in Criminology at Northumbria University, will discuss the latest evidence around the key issues and challenges of our ageing prison population.
This is part of our “A matter of fact: what the evidence tells us” series, to accompany our Evidence Library, giving you the chance to ask your own questions of leading academics talking about the latest research on an important criminal justice topic.
Louise Ridley previously taught criminology at the University of Teesside for 15 years. Before this Louise worked in a variety of different organisations providing support to vulnerable groups of people. She has interests and specialist expertise in the arts in criminal justice, prison mental health and older people in prison.
Louise has provided an in-depth look at the issues and challenges of our ageing population in a review for our Evidence Library, which you can read here: No place for old men | Clinks
There will also be a chance to ask Louise questions in a Q&A session. If you have a particular question you would like to ask, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a free event.*
*You will not be asked for payment details, but please ensure you complete all stages of the booking process, including 'Payment' (which is set to £0.00), to confirm your place.
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This event will be conducted through Zoom, an online meeting platform. As security and privacy is important to us, we’re adapting our procedures in line with the latest security guidance from Zoom. We have:
Implemented the latest security functions as standard, including requiring registration, passwords and waiting rooms.
Made sure all delegates login and book through the Clinks website, so everyone identifies themselves.
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