Dr Carly Speed has extensive experience of teaching in Criminology, across all levels and combined degree programmes.
Dr Speed attained her PhD in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University, researching deaths in custody. Prior to this she was awarded an MRes (Distinction) and a First-Class Honours degree in Criminology.
She has published widely, most notably in an international, peer-reviewed journal (Illness, Crisis and Loss) and has presented at numerous conferences, most notably as an invited keynote speaker at the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Control's annual conference.
Dr Speed's research interests include the police, prisons, deaths in custody, mental health, state power, challenges to the state and state power, challenges of the institution, inequality, crimes of the powerful, historical views of crime and criminology, critical criminology, criminology and psychology, criminology and sociology.