Sally Chivers

Teaching Fellow

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 116 252 5781
  • Email: sc649@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 0.07, ground floor, 154 Upper New Walk
  • Office Hours: By appointment

Personal details

I hold a PG Certificate in Education and a PG Certificate in Human Rights (Policing).  I have a substantial experience of the criminal justice sector, notably in the partnership arena. I brings this experience to highlight and demonstrate the social impact of research.

I have been employed on a part-time basis with the Department of Criminology since 2015, teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate distance learning programmes.

Administrative responsibilities

  • Module Leader on the Foundation Degree in Security & Risk Management
  • Course Tutor on the MSc Security & Risk Management
  • Course Tutor on the Foundation Degree in Security & Risk Management

Teaching

  • Working in Criminal Justice (Undergraduate Module)
  • DL Study Schools

Publications

Hopkins, M., & Chivers, S. (2017) Hit-and-run: why do drivers fail to stop after an accident?, Milton Keynes: Motor Insurers’ Bureau

Jones, C., Maltby, J., Rosell, T., Chamdal, V., & Chivers, S (2017). Public Sector Failure and Resilience:  Lessons for Healthcare Policy. Research Paper funded by the National Institute for Health Research, Health Foundation Series.

Research

  • Public sector policy & practice
  • Sexual violence in conflict
  • Leadership, management & motivation
  • Conceptions of resilience

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Contact Details

Criminology
The Friars
154 Upper New Walk
Leicester
LE1 7QA
UK

T: +44 (0)116 252 3946/2458
F: +44 (0)116 252 5788
E: criminology@le.ac.uk

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