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Ms Kim Sadique

Job: Senior Lecturer in Community & Criminal Justice

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.

T: +44 (0)116 257 7832

E: ksadique@dmu.ac.uk

W: www.dmu.ac.uk/hls

 

Personal profile

Kim Sadique’s main teaching and research interests are:

Diversity & Community Engagement Particularly critical forms of participation and engagement around vulnerable individuals and communities (eg radicalisation/extremism and hate crime). She is also interested in theological issues in relation to offenders and victims as well as engagement with multi-faith communities.

 

Research group affiliations

  • Criminal Justice, Policy and Practice

Publications and outputs 

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Key research outputs

Sadique, K. (2016) The Effect of Religion on Crime and Deviancy: Hellfire in the 21st Century, in K. Sadique & P. Stanislas (eds) Religion, Faith & Crime: Theories, Identities and Issues. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Sadique, K. (2016) Is Lex Talionis 'Caput' in a modern CJS: The Religio-Cultural Context of Punishment, in K. Sadique & P. Stanislas (eds) Religion, Faith & Crime: Theories, Identities and Issues. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Sadique, K. & Stanislas, P. (2016) Religion, Faith and Crime in Context, in K. Sadique & P. Stanislas (eds) Religion, Faith & Crime: Theories, Identities and Issues. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Research interests/expertise

  • Critical forms of participation and engagement
  • Issues of vulnerability
  • Diversity & discrimination (inc. radicalisation/extremism, hate crime)
  • Religion, Spirituality and Crime

Areas of teaching

  • Punishment & Society
  • Religion, Faith & Crime
  • Hate Crime
  • Research/Dissertation supervision

Qualifications

  • Further & Adult Education Teaching Certificate (City & Guilds 7307) Barnfield College, Luton
  • MSc Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leicester

Courses taught

  • BA (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • FdA Policing Studies

Membership of external committees

National Advisory Board - Tell MAMA

National Advisory Board - National Youth Consultation on Extremism

Leicestershire Police Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel

Royal College of Psychiatrists Transcultural Special Interested Group

Membership of professional associations and societies

  • British Society of Criminology
  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
  • British Sociological Association

Conference attendance

Sadique, K. (2015) Recognising & Identifying Individuals Vulnerable to Radicalisation, (Panel member), Capita's Preventing Radicalisation Conference, ICO Conference Centre, London. (10 December 2015)

Sadique, K (2014) The Effect of Religion on Crime and Deviancy: Hellfire in the 21st Century. Faith & Criminal Justice Symposium, London South Bank University (15th May 2014)

Reeves, C. & Sadique, K. (2013) Without Boundaries: The Role of Virtual Fantasy in ‘Altered’ Identities in Deviant Sexual Behaviour. First Cyberpsychology Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester. (19 September 2013)

Sadique, K. (2012) 'Virtual Constructs: the Role of Fantasy Media and Fictional Characterisation in Internet Sexual Offending'. British Society of Criminology Conference, ‘Criminology at the Borders’, University of Portsmouth   (4-6 July 2012).

Roulstone A & Sadique K (2011) Vulnerable to Misinterpretation: Disabled People, ‘Vulnerability’ and the Fight for Legal Recognition, paper presented at the British Society of Criminology Conference ‘Economies and Insecurities of Crime and Justice, Northumbria University (3-6 July 2011).

Consultancy work

Recent training consultancy work:
St Philips Multi-Faith Centre, Leicester: addressing critical forms of participation and engagement with Multi-Faith Communities in relation to PREVENT agenda (prevention of radicalisation and extremism).

Professional esteem indicators

Reviews Editor, British Journal of Forensic Practice 2008-2013

Reviewer, Body & Society Journal 2011-present.

Associate Editor, British Journal of Forensic Practice 2007-2008.

Review Editor, Community Safety Journal 2005-2006.

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