Dr Elizabeth-Jane Peatfield is a Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice at Liverpool John Moores University.
Her research looks at the phenomenon of identity and the effect of policy in the presentation of risk within the criminal justice system.
Her current research explores the experiences of Black and Asian police officers focusing on Master status shifts.
Her research interests include criminal justice, race, radicalisation, identity, victimology, and harm.
Her new book explores the criminal justice system in England and Wales [Deconstrcucting Justice]
Dr Peatfield was also instrumental in the creation of the LJMU Foundation in Justice Studies and Social Sciences which she lead as well as leading on many other modules throughout the school.
2021 Peatfield, E.J (2022) Policing and Non-Verbal Communication, In Corteen, K., Steele, R., Cross, N. and McManus, M. (eds.) Forensic Psychology, Crime and Policing: Key Concepts and Practical Debates. Bristol: Policy Press
2017, The University of Liverpool, England, PhD
University of Liverpool, England, Masters of Arts with merit
University of Liverpool, England, Bachelor of Arts with honors Psychology and Criminology
Program Leader Forensic Psychology and Policing, LJMU, LJMU, 2017 - 2018
Program Leader Law and Social Sciences Foundation Program, LJMU, L, 2016 - present
Pg Cert, United Kingdom, LJMU, 2018 - 2019
Peatfield EJ. Race and Radicalisation: Examining the perceptions of counter-radicalisation policy amongst minority groups in Liverpool 8 and 24 Mythen G, Walklate S.