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Tegan Brierley-Sollis

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Criminology and Criminal Justice

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Tegan Brierley-Sollis

Room: B41


+44 (0) 1978 293194


I graduated with a 1st Class BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice degree in 2018. I am currently enrolled on the Postgraduate Research Degree at Glyndwr University where I am focusing on adverse childhood experiences and trauma informed practice. Throughout my degree I enjoyed a variety of voluntary work placements. This included volunteering for the Youth Justice Service as a Referral Order Panel Member and a Community Representative on the Bureau. I also volunteered with St Giles Trust; a service offering resettlement support at HMP Berwyn. I founded the Wrexham Glyndwr University Criminology Society in 2018 and stood as president for 18 months during which time the society won Best New Society 2017 and Best Society 2018.

I was an active advocate for student voice at Glyndwr University where I represented students at course level, faculty level and university level over the course of my undergraduate programme. This meant that I worked closely with the students’ union and sat on student council. Prior to starting my Postgraduate Research Degree and role as Graduate Teaching Assistant, I worked for the local voluntary council where my role was to promote volunteering and encourage active citizenship amongst young people, manage a youth led grants scheme and offer support to third sector organisations.


BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice


Adverse Childhood Experiences, Trauma Informed Practice and Youth Offending.