Job: Senior Lecturer
Faculty: Health and Life Sciences
School/department: School of Applied Social Sciences
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH
T: 0116 257 7827
Ravinderjit Briah is a Senior lecturer and joined the Community and Criminal Justice Division at DMU in 2003. Prior to joining DMU, Ravinderjit worked for the National Probation Service West Midlands and worked in a variety of roles as a Policy Advisor in Race for a City Council and crime and community justice issues across the voluntary, statutory and community sector. Ravinderjit now chiefly teaches on the programme for Trainee Probation Officers but has taught across the suite of Programmes in the Division. She has experience teaching Undergraduate, Postgraduate and vocational students having taught on the Policing, Probation, Criminology and Masters courses based at DMU.
She is currently the Module Leader for:
Institute for Research in Criminology and Community and Social Justice
Tangen, J & Briah, R (2018) ‘The revolving door of reform: Professionalism and the future of probation services in England and Wales’, Probation Journal 65(2): pp 135-151 10.1177/0264550518768398
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