Dr Iolo Madoc-Jones is Principal Lecturer in Criminal Justice at Glyndŵr University and a core member of SIRU. He has a background in probation, and his research expertise and interests focus primarily upon issues relating to the Welsh language, criminal and social justice. He has substantial input into a wide range of SIRU research projects and in 2010 he was awarded a PhD for a thesis that applied the insights of discursive psychology to the study of criminal justice practice with Welsh speakers in Wales. Since 2006 he has been involved in inspecting probation, youth justice and prison services as an Associate Inspector with Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation.
Madoc-Jones, I and Roscoe, K (2010) Providing services to high risk victims of domestic violence: Report into the IDVA service in Powys and Ceredigion. Report for Tai Hafan Cymru
Madoc-Jones, I. Parry, O., Warren, E. (2009) Research to explore the experiences of Polish migrants in the criminal justice system in North Wales. North Wales Criminal Justice Board
Madoc-Jones, I and Roscoe, K (2009) Evaluation of women’s safety service within the Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme. Report for Tai Hafan Cymru
Parry, O., Carnwell, R., Baker, S., Warren, E. and Madoc-Jones, I. Research to seek views of older people in Wales with a view to informing the Older People’s Wellbeing Monitor for Wales: The Voice of Older People in Wales. (January 2009 – March 2009) Welsh Assembly Government.
Buchanan, J., Senior, P. and Madoc-Jones, I. (2004) Outcome Evaluation of the DAWN Partnership.
Parry, O. and Madoc-Jones, I. (2004) Research Project to Examine the Adequacy of Outreach Provision through the scoping of Domestic Abuse referrals across North Wales. North Wales Domestic Abuse Forum/ Crime Reduction partnership. 12 march-25th June 2004
Pithouse, A., Holland, S., Crowley, A., Parry, O., Payne, H., Renold, E. and Madoc-Jones, I. (2003) A Study of advocacy services for children and Young People in Wales. Welsh Assembly February-August 2004.
Publications (since 2005)
Madoc-Jones, I and Roscoe, K (2011 in press) Exploring the services provided to high risk victims of domestic violence in rural areas: Perceptions of Service Users. Journal of Diversity in Health and Care
Roscoe, K., Carson, A., and Madoc-Jones, I. (2010 in press) Narrative social work practice. Practice: A Journal of the British Association of Social Workers.
Madoc-Jones, I and Roscoe, K (2010) Women’s safety service within the integrated domestic abuse programme: Perceptions of service users. Children and Family Social Work, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp. 155 - 164
Roscoe, K and Madoc-Jones, I (2009) Critical realist social work practice: A narrative approach. International Journal of Narrative Practice. Vol 1 no 1 pp.10-23 Journal of Social Work
Madoc-Jones, I (2009) Be careful what you wish for! Exploring the personal, social and economic impact of new prison builds. British Journal of Community and Criminal Justice. Volume 7 No 1 pp.61-74
Madoc-Jones, I (2008) Exploring the case for a TLD for Wales. Open Communication Journal. Vol 2 pp.136-142
Parrott, L and Madoc-Jones, I (2008) Embracing IT for empowering practice. Journal of Social Work. Vol 8 No 1 pp67-84
Madoc-Jones, I., Bates, J., Facer, B and Roscoe, K (2007) Student with criminal convictions on social work courses. British Journal of Social Work, Vol 37, No 8 pp. 1387-1403
Madoc-Jones, I (2007) Welsh prisoners in English jails. The Prison Service Journal, No 169, pp.28-37
Madoc-Jones, I., Warren, E., Ashdown-Lambert J., Williams, E., Parry, O. (2007) Planned telephone support for disadvantaged parents in north Wales: Perceptions of service users: Child and Family Social Work. Volume 12, pp.316-325
Madoc-Jones, I (2006) A Working model for cognitive behavioural practice. Practice: A Journal of the British Association of Social Workers. Volume 18 No 1 pp 31-46.
Madoc-Jones, I and Dubberley, S. (2005) Language and provision of health and social care in Wales. Journal of Diversity in Health and Social Care. Vol 2 number 2 pp. 127-134
Madoc-Jones, I and Parrott, L (2005) Promoting social inclusion in the curriculum: Exploring the contribution of e-learning at NEWI. Reflections: Journal of the Higher Education Funding Council. Vol 14 pp 44-60
Madoc-Jones, I and Parrott, L. (2005) Virtual social work education- Practice and experience. Social Work Education. Vol 24 No7 pp755-768
Hughes, C and Madoc-Jones, I (2005) Meeting the needs of Welsh speaking young offenders. Howard Journal. Vol 44, No 4 pp374-386