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Talitha Brown is a Sociologist with a research interest in both prisons and youth studies.

She has until recently worked at the University of Surrey on an ESRC-funded project which took an intersectional approach to consider how women experienced food in prison. In addition, she also worked as a research assistant on a Nuffield-funded project, which, by taking an action-research approach, worked closely with youth offending teams in Croydon and Reading to explore how practitioners can better support parents of young people who have been in contact with the criminal justice system.

Her PhD focused on projects, such as the Champions Boards, which aim to transform the lives of young people with care-experience in Scotland. Talitha is currently a research fellow on the Scottish Prisons Assessment and Review of Outcomes for Women (SPAROW) project.

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University of Glasgow

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Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice

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10th May 2023

Scottish Prisons Assessment and Review of Outcomes for Women (SPAROW)

SPAROW – Scottish Prisons Assessment and Review of Outcomes for Women is an evaluation of the new Community Custody Units (CCUs) […]

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