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Dr Daniel Marshall

Biography

I am a graduate of Teesside University (2006), University of Leeds (2007) and Darwin College, University of Cambridge (2012). Prior to joining LJMU, I have taught criminology and criminal justice at several UK universities and internationally. I also worked as a police officer (6 years) and with the UK Ministry of Justice.

I am currently a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge; Associate at the African Institute for Crime, Policy and Governance Research; Chair of Trustees for The Seaver Foundation; Trustee at Families in British India Society; Managing Director at 81 Dots; and, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. In addition, I have founded, led and advised multiple international organisations working broadly in criminal justice and with young people, winning multiple awards for my entrepreneurial ventures.

My research interests are in:
- Privacy (and the criminal justice process)
- Colonialism (and its impact on crime and criminal justice - with particular interest in British India)
- Youth crime and youth justice
- Innovative justice and enterprise

Teaching
I am module leader for level 5 (BA) Decision Making In Criminal Justice, level 6 (BA) Youth Justice, level 7 (MA) Youth Justice and contribute to teaching across the undergraduate and postgraduate criminal justice programmes.

PhDs
I welcome the opportunity to supervise students in criminology and criminal justice, particularly in topics related to my research interests.

Current PhD student titles I am supervising:
An (auto)ethnographic study of the operational practice and organisational working cultures of youth justice professionals

Degrees

2016, Anglia Ruskin University, UK, PGCHE
2012, Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, UK, PhD Criminology
2007, University of Leeds, UK, MA Criminological Research
2006, Teesside University, UK, BSc Criminology and Psychology 1st Class with Awards

Publications

Highlighted publications

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2018. Privacy and Criminal Justice Palgrave 978-3-319-64912-2

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2015. The disclosure of police-held ‘non-conviction information’ to employers International Journal of Police Science & Management, 17 :237-245 >DOI

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2015. Polygraphs and Sex Offenders: The truth is out there Probation Journal, 62 :128-139 >DOI

Editorial/letter to the editor

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2018. Privacy and the Parole Board Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, 182

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2015. Polygraphs and Sex Offenders Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, 179

Chapters

Marshall DJ. 2018. Juveniles and Social Justice in the United Kingdom Roberson C. Routledge Handbook of Social, Economic and Criminal Justice Routledge. New York / Oxford 9781138545649

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2011. Youth Justice and Children's Rights Jones P, Walker G. Children's Rights in Practice Sage. London 9781849203807

Book

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2018. Privacy and Criminal Justice Palgrave 978-3-319-64912-2

Report

Marshall DJ. 2015. The Impact of Coach Skills for Youth Support Services

Marshall DJ. 2015. Changes in Young Girls Self-Esteem, Empathy and Motivation to Volunteer: The Seaver Foundation Enrichment Programme

Marshall DJ. 2015. From Care2Work 2013-15 Evaluation report From Care2Work 2013-15 Evaluation report

Marshall DJ. 2014. 81 Dots Coaching Skills Programme for Youth Support Services, Pilot Evaluation Report January – March 2014

Marshall DJ. 2012. Measures of Success: A report exploring the evaluation methods of coaching and mentoring programmes

Book review

Marshall DJ. 2015. Innovative Justice British Journal of Community Justice, 13

Marshall DJ. 2015. Foundations for Youth Justice: Positive Approaches to Practice British Journal of Community Justice, 13

Marshall DJ. 2014. Key Concepts in Youth Studies Prison Service Journal, 211

Marshall DJ. 2014. Global Policing British Journal of Community Justice, 12

Marshall DJ. 2013. Assessment in Youth Justice The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52

Marshall DJ. 2011. Youth Justice Handbook: Theory, Policy and Practice The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 50

Marshall DJ. 2009. Young People, Crime and Justice Youth Justice, 9

Journal article

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2015. The disclosure of police-held ‘non-conviction information’ to employers International Journal of Police Science & Management, 17 :237-245 >DOI

Marshall DJ, Thomas T. 2015. Polygraphs and Sex Offenders: The truth is out there Probation Journal, 62 :128-139 >DOI

Thesis/Dissertation

Marshall DJ. Practitioners in Youth Justice: A case study of the youth offending service Wikström P-O.

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Contemporary Youth Justice in England and Wales, American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, Oral presentation 17/11/2017

Coaching Young People: Challenges and Successes, Moevement Conference, Oral presentation

What Does the Future Hold? Negotiating Access and Data Collection at a Time of Uncertainty: A Case Study of the Youth Offending Service, UK., American Society of Criminology Conference, Oral presentation

Commitment and Motivation of Staff Involved in the Implementation of Programmes of Intervention with Young Offenders., American Society of Criminology Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, Oral presentation

Fellowships:

Associate, African Institute for Crime, Policy & Governance Research

Social Entrepreneur, Emerge Venture Lab / University of Oxford

Research Fellow, Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Other invited event:

2018 Japanese Criminology Workshop, Konan Women's University, Kobe, Japan, Workshop attendance

10 Years On: Reflections on Postgraduate Study at Leeds University, Leeds University, Invited talk

Investigative Interiewing, Liverpool Hope University, Invited talk

Investigative Interviewing, Liverpool Hope University, Invited talk

Working in Criminal Justice, University of York, Invited talk

Investigative Interviewing, University of West London, Invited talk

Trapped in the Assessment Box: how assessment tools are confounding youth justice practice, Violence Prevention Research Unit, Queen Mary University of London, Invited talk

How Much Force is Reasonable? Policing in England and Wales., University of Cambridge, Invited talk

Coaching Skills: engaging young people in youth services, Surrey County Council, Invited talk

Coaching Young People in Custody to a Successful Future, McKinsey and Co., London, Invited talk

Practitioners in Youth Justice, University of Cambridge, Invited talk

Bobby’s and Law Enforcers: policing in the UK and USA, University of Cambridge, Invited talk

The Implementation of Programmes of Intervention with Young Offenders, UK Ministry of Justice and UK Youth Justice Board, Invited talk

Other Professional Activity:

Completion (pass) of course: 'Justice' at Harvard University (January - June 2018)

Trustee of the Families in British India Society (FIBIS)

Member of the BioPsychoSocial Criminology Division

Member of the American Society of Criminology

Co-Founder of Spark Inside

Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University

Trustee (Chair) of The Seaver Foundation

Founder and Managing Director of 81 Dots

Teaching qualification:

PGCHE