Dr Caroline Gorden is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Wrexham Glyndwr University (UK). After achieving her PhD, Caroline pursued a practice career working with high risk offenders. Caroline returned to academia, undertaking different research projects including a recent Government funded project, Evaluation of Homelessness Services Provided to Adults Leaving the Secure Estate. Other projects include a collaborative research agreement exploring desistance of sexual offending and a research project investigating the experiences and perspectives of people using cannabis for medicinal purposes. Caroline is currently co-authoring a text book Case Studies of Famous Trials and the Construction of Guilt and Innocence, due to be published in 2020 with Bristol University Press. Harm to non-human animals is an area overlooked in Criminology and Caroline is interested in helping to address this gap, most notably by exploring the Criminology of factory farming and the dairy industry.
Wrexham Glyndwr University