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Personal profile

Personal Statement

After graduating from St Andrews University with a degree in Psychology, I began work in the form of short-term research contracts within the University of Stirling. This was followed by several years of working within the Social Work Research Centre, most often evaluating Social Work interventions in Criminal Justice.  After that was a period of ten years of freelance working, where my twin interests of mental health and criminal justice research were accommodated by my involvement within the Law School at Strathclyde University and the Scottish Development Centre for Mental Health.

Recent projects have involved young people and transitions out of crime, evaluating pilot studies such as the use of Electronic Monitoring as a condition of Bail and Fast Track Childrens’ Hearings. However, most recently I have worked on a study looking at breach and compliance with community disposals.

http://www.cycj.org.uk/

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of St Andrews

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Projects 2014 2016

An evaluation of the journey.

Moodie, K. & Barry, M.

Project: Projects from Previous Employment

Research Output 2014 2019

  • 13 Other report
  • 1 Commissioned report
  • 1 Comment/debate
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justice
community
action research
research project
evaluation

Chief Social Work Officers and Secure Care

Moodie, K. & Gough, A., 1 May 2017, Glasgow. 82 p.

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social work
legislation
responsibility
examination
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