Chris Crowther-Dowey Nottingham Trent University, UK
Chris Crowther-Dowey teaches Criminology at Nottingham Trent University and has considerable experience of teaching criminology and criminal justice at all levels of study. He currently teaches Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice and Policing. His research interests including policing and policy interventions targeting gendered violence and abuse. Crowther-Dowey’s criminology teaching is interdisciplinary and attempts to synthesise material from a range of academic disciplines in the social sciences, political sciences and the humanities. His recent publications include: Researching Crime: Approaches, Methods and Application (co-authored with Pete Fussey (Palgrave); Understanding Modernisation in Criminal Justice (co-authored with Paul Senior and Matt Long(Open University Press)); An Introduction to Criminology and Criminal Justice (Palgrave).