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Dr Tina G. Patel completed her first degree (awarded 1999) in Criminal Justice at Liverpool John Moores University. Having been awarded funding from a fully competitive scheme, Tina spent 3½ years at the University of Sheffield studying for the qualification of PhD, in a study looking at race, identity and child adoption policy (awarded 2004). She was then appointed as a research fellow for a project funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, at Nottingham Trent University, looking at school exclusion and successful youth transitions within African-Caribbean communities (completed 2004). In September 2004, Tina returned to Liverpool John Moores University to take up a post as a lecturer in Criminology and Sociology.
Tina joined the University of Salford in September 2008, as a lecturer in Criminology (with a specialism in violence). In August 2014, Tina was promoted to the position of Senior Lecturer. Her research and teaching interests relate to ‘race’, exclusion, police and violent behaviour. Here she carried out research into the policing of racist violence in Northern Ireland; vehicle crime in deprived neighbourhoods; the foster care and identity development of refugee status children; and, ethnic profiling in the North-west of England within the 'war on terror' context.
Tina's areas of expertise are: Race and ethnicity; Identity (racial); Racism and exclusion; The family (black families and transracial adoption); Black and minority ethnic communities; Marginalised groups and communities; School exclusion and black African Caribbean youth; Institutional racism; Police, policing and challenges (especially in Northern Ireland and Greater Manchester); and, Racist violence / harassment.
Tina is currently working on a number papers ad projects. This includes research work in the areas of:
- Ethnically defined deviant labels;
- Racially motivated hate crime;
- Neighbourhood conflcit and online communications
Tina would welcome research collaboration and supervision in any of the following areas: race/ethnicity; racial identity; violence (especially racist violence); police practice and culture; and qualitative research methods (in particular oral life history; researching marginalised groups and researching the police).
Since January 2015, Tina has been the programme leader for the undergraduate degree programmes in Criminology; Criminology & Sociology; and, Sociology.
For more information on my work - please contact me at: email@example.com
Presented with A.Ellis (University of Salford).
Hosted by the Criminology degree programme at the University of Salford, the online Criminology Forum was set up in October 2012 as an outlet of information and to offer access to resources on the subject. The Forum also facili... more >>.
Subject knowledge sought in issues relating to the police, marginalised communities and the'war on terror' context.
I am currently the external examiner for the Criminology degree programmes at Edge Hill University University.
I was the external examiner for the Criminology degree programmes at Teesside University from 2012 to 2016.
I was the external examiner for the postgraduate degree programme (MA Crime and Justice) at the University of Chester from 2011 to 2013.
I was the external examiner for PhD examination: Timi Osidepe, 'Race and Disorder: Addressing Social Disadvantages through State Regeneration in a Multi-Ethnic Community in Leeds. PhD awarded in March 2012.
I was the external examiner for the Criminology degree programmes at the University of Chester from 2011 to 2015.
From August 2007 to September 2011, I was the external examiner for the Criminology and Social Policy degree programmes at the University of Lincoln
In November 2013, I was recognised for making the highest number of deposits in the College of Arts and Social Sciences, Univeristy of Salford, of Open Access Material in the Univeristy of Salford Institutional Repository.... more >>.
I was awarded recognition for making the highest (45 deposits in 2011/2012) in the College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Salford, to the Open Access USIR.
In November 2011, the first year of qualification, I was awarded a sabbatical from a competitive scheme. The sabbatical covers the period of semester 2 in the 2012/2013 academic year, but is planned to be taken duirng semester ... more >>.
I was again awarded for a second time in the same year, leave period and funding to attend the Turkish Police Academy, Istanbul, Turkey, to undertake review of Erasmus agreement and a lecture on Criminology in the UK.
I was awarded leave period and funding to attend the Turkish Police Academy, Ankara, Turkey, to undertake review of Erasmus agreement and lecture on Criminology in the UK.
£2,000 awared for pilot research and conference attendance / paper presenation on work into ethnic profiling, surveillance and 'war on terror'.
£1,700 awarded from University International Conference Fund.
£750 awarded from the Christopher Hale Fund.
I am on the streeting group for #WeStandTogether.
I have achieved status of Senior Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (PR057466).
I am also on the advisory board of this group.
I am also a member of the editorial board of this Journal.
I am currently the link tutor for criminology & sociology, with Bury College, Manchester College, and, Hong Kong Open University.more >>.
I am currently the link tutor for criminology & sociology, with the Psychology an Criminology, and Law with Criminology degree programmes at ... more >>.
I am an active member of the Academic Standards and Quality Assurance Committee, University of Salford.
I am currently the programme leader for the undergraduate degree programmes in Cr... more >>.
I am an active member of the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences Teaching and Learning Forum (Sociology and Criminology representative).
I was the internal examiner for the MPhil award, for Altaf Bhagdadi at the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences.
I was nominated for an award in its second year of running in the category of 'Best Teacher'.
I was on the Assessment Panel for a MRes to PhD proposal for 'Anonymous'.
I was the Independent Chair for PhD Viva Candidate May Bunny, CSE.
Presentation titled: Researching the Agenda: What to do with Unwelcome Truths.
I was nominated and shortlisted for this award in the category of 'Best Teacher' in May 2012.
I was the progression examiner for Waqas Tufail.
I was the progression examiner for Deborah Gabrel.
I was the progression examiner for Asmah Othman.
I was the progression examiner for Elmokhtar Eljadi.
From August 2009 to January 2015, I co-ordinated the student mentoring scheme for students in sociology and criminology.
From August 2009 to August 2012, I was the Sociology and Criminology Erasmus and International Exchange Link Tutor.
From January 2008 to January 2015, Iwas the sociology and criminology course(s) admissions tutor.
£600 Awarded from the AAG Enrichment Grant.
Later published: Crow and Semmens 'Researching Criminology'.
This was a workshop, hosted by the University of Salford, funded by the HEA (Higher Education Academy), and designed and led by myself, looking at the role and value of industry collaboration in higher education teaching (... more >>.
Awarded £898 from CARE, University of Salford to undertake data collection, with Dr Laura Connelly, University of Salford.
Bid submitted and successfully awarded funding to plan and run a pilot workshop for marginalised and 'at risk' members of the local community. Funding for £1,000.00 awarded by the 'Make THE Difference: Try It' body, ... more >>.
Awarded £600 to do research, set up and disseminate findings on the Criminology Forum - an Online Access Forum. Award from: the British Society for Criminology: Open Educational Resources for Criminology 2012 Fund. Projec... more >>.