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Post Nominals Bsc (Hons), MSc, PhD
Biography Adam joined the University of Salford in 2021 having previously worked as Criminology Lecturer at De Montfort University (2017-2021) and assistant lecturer at the University of Glasgow (2013-2017). He has taught on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate topics including criminological perspectives in security and globalisation, policing and society, crime, risk and community safety, and understanding and explaining crime. He completed his PhD at the University of Glasgow in 2017 and has since published in international journals such as: policing and society, policing, security journal, and democracy and security. His research interests lie in the areas of policing, private security, security governance, securitisation, environmental harms and placemaking. Currently, he is working as co-investigator on a BA/Leverhulme funded project looking at 'placemaking and rural resilience in response to flooding in the UK'. Adam has also acted as 1st supervisor for a successful PhD completion and is open to supervising prospective PhD students in his related areas of expertise.
Research Interests Security governance
Private security
Sporting mega-events
Environmental harms and placemaking
Community resilience
Teaching and Learning Module Leader:
1. Crime, Conflict and Society (L4)
2. Internet, Risk and Security (L5 & L6)