Dr Caroline Metcalf
Caroline joined Glyndwr University in 2009 and is a Lecturer in Criminal Justice.
In 2006, she began working for the Probation Service specialising in the assessment and group work treatment of adult male sexual offenders. Also in 2006, Caroline obtained PhD from Brunel University which focused on understanding Internet sexual offenders and she has published in this area.
Whist living in Canada in 2008, Caroline gained hands-on experience in the field of addictions and homelessness.
Her current research interest is in Miscarriages of Justice within the British penal system.
Bennett, T., Holloway, K., Buchanan, J. and Metcalf C. National Evaluation of Take-Home Naloxone in the prevention of opioid medicines overdose (April 2010 – Present). Welsh Assembly Government.
Buchanan, J. and Metcalf. C. Understanding & Responding Effectively with Doorstep Crime, Age Concern NE Wales (March-June 2010)
Bates, A. and Metcalf, C. Differences in demographic characteristics of Internet and contact sex offenders (2005 – 2007). PhD funding from Brunel University.
Metcalf, C. M., Stenson, K. (2004) ‘Managing Risk and the Causes of Crime’, in Criminal Justice Matters. 55 (Spring):8-9.
Bates, A. (2007) ‘A Psychometric Comparison of Internet and non-Internet Sex Offenders: A Metcalf, C. M. Community Sample’, in Journal of Sexual Aggression. 13 (Spring) 11-20.
Metcalf, C. M. (2007) ‘Policing Operation Ore’, in Criminal Justice Matters. 68 (Summer).
Metcalf, C. M. (2008) ‘Making Sense of Sex Offenders and the Internet’, in Kennison, P. (2008) ed. Children as Victims. Devon: Learning Matters. Forthcoming Summer 2008.
Metcalf, C. M. (2008) ‘Constructing Childhood and Child Sexual Abuse’, in Kennison, P. (2008) ed. Children as Victims. Devon: Learning Matters. Forthcoming Summer 2008.