Visiting Fellows

We are currently developing our Visiting Fellows Network.

Visiting Fellows work with the Centre's trustees and staff in furtherance of the our strategic goals and our Fellows' particular areas of interest.

Dr Tim Hope

Dr Tim Hope was formerly Professor and Head of the Department of Criminology at Keele University and has held academic and research appointments at the Universities of Edinburgh, Manchester, Salford, Bedfordshire, and Missouri-St. Louis.

Throughout his career he has been engaged in policy-oriented research and consultancy in crime and justice for international, national and local bodies, including Principal Research Officer at the Home Office.

He is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies and at the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative at The Open University.


Dr Sarah Lamble

Sarah Lamble is Senior Lecturer and Assistant Dean / Head of Department for Criminology in the School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London.

Sarah’s research addresses issues of gender, sexuality and criminal justice, with a current focus on grassroots community engagements with transformative justice in Canada, the US and UK.

Sarah is co-editor of the Routledge Social Justice Book Series, a member of the Reclaim Justice Network, and co-founder of the Bent Bars Project, a collective which coordinates a letter-writing programme for LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming prisoners in Britain.

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Professor David Whyte

David Whyte is Professor of Socio-legal Studies at the University of Liverpool.

His most recent projects with the Centre have been on institutional corruption in British public life (How Corrupt is Britain?) and on public attitudes to corporate and political corruption in Britain (Redefining Corruption and Redefining Criminality).

His most recent books are Neoliberalism and the Moral Economy of Fraud (ed. with Jörg Wiegratz, 2016); and Corporate Human Rights Violations (with Stefanie Khoury, 2017).