Dr Hannah Graham
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
University of Stirling
Hannah is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Stirling. Her research concentrates on criminal justice and the sociology of punishment. She researches, speaks and writes about:
• Technology, digital and criminal justice;
• Rehabilitation, re/integration and desistance from crime;
• Reducing the use of prison;
• Probation, community justice and problem-solving justice;
• Innovation and criminal and social justice.
Hannah was part of an international research team from England & Wales, Scotland, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands to undertake the first European comparative research of its kind on uses of electronic monitoring technologies as alternatives to custody in the EU (the EMEU project, 2014-2016). Hannah is an Editor of the European Journal of Probation (SAGE). She has expertise in qualitative and creative social research methods, and she is currently researching ‘Images of probation and criminal justice work: Visual criminology beyond the prison’, using visual and digital methods. Prior to joining the SCCJR, Hannah worked as an academic in Criminology and Sociology at the University of Tasmania, Australia.