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Economic, Social and Political Sciences

Evaluating success in the criminal justice system

She is particularly interested in the role of sport in promoting pro-social behaviour and wellbeing among young offenders and those at risk of offending.

Rosie has worked closely with the Second Chance Project, an organisation providing mentoring, support and sporting opportunities for young people in prison custody and after their return to the community. This has extended to an involvement with the community-based work of organisations such as Cricket for Change and Wooden Spoon Rugby. Rosie also advises the Hampton Trust, an organisation running programmes for young people and families that seek to address violence and abuse.

Other projects include a collaboration with ECORYS on the impact of imprisonment on siblings, various projects with the Howard League for Penal Reform and evaluations of the work of Relate in providing a prison-based counselling service and the Clean Break theatre company’s involvement with girls in custody.

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