Hayley Wright

School of Justice Studies

Lecturer in the School of Justice Studies.

Academic Tutor for the PQiP programme.

Hayley has always had a strong interest in criminal behaviour. During her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice she volunteered as a Special Constable with Cheshire Police. Within a year of graduating Hayley was appointed as a Trainee Probation Officer by the then National Probation Service in 2014.

Qualifying as a Probation Officer in early 2016, Hayley went on to work as a Community Offender Manager across North Liverpool before starting her Master of Law in 2018 which was completed in 2020.

Hayley has also had roles as a Court Report Writer, a Seconded Probation Officer in the Youth Justice Services, visited a number of prisons, and worked across Cheshire Probation offices during her career in Probation.

In more recent years, Hayley developed a strong interest in Stalking and Stalking Behaviours, and worked as the SPOC across North Cheshire. This role involved close working with Cheshire Police's Harm Reduction Unit. To further her knowledge, Hayley completed Stalker Risk Profiling training led by the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Hayley moved over to LJMU from the Probation Service in September 2023 keen to support the training of the new era of Probation Officers.




2020, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, LLM in Qualifying Law
2016, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom, Post-Graduate Diploma in Community Justice
2013, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice

Academic appointments

PQiP Academic Tutor, School of Justice Studies, Liverpool John Moores University, 2023 - present