William Graham

PhD Student
William is a full-time PhD Researcher and Part-Time Lecturer in the Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University. He is a retired Police Inspector and his main research area is in criminal justice and policing policy transfer between Scotland and America. His teaching experience is in criminology and criminal justice domain, which includes ‘Crime, Law and Society’, ‘Globalisation and Crime’, ‘Criminology and Criminal Justice’ and ‘Theories of Crime and Punishment’ modules.

Research Project Title:

‘Policing Violent Crime: A Case Study of International Criminal Justice Policy Transfer’.

Supervisors:

Dr Annette Robertson, Prof. Lesley McMillan and Prof. Jackie Tombs

Department & Subject Group:

Social Sciences, Media and Journalism, Glasgow School for Business and Society 

Specialisms & Interests

  • Policing
  • Criminal Justice in Scotland
  • International Policy Transfer

Selected Consulting Projects

Employed by Enfield Borough Council in London and also by Derbyshire Constabulary, in 2011-2012, to assist and advise them on the engagement and Call-In process for young people involved in gangs in an attempt to reduce violence.