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Elliot Doornbos

Senior Lecturer

School of Social Sciences

Staff Group(s)
Criminology and Criminal Justice


Senior Lecturer in Criminology

Career overview

Elliot Doornbos is a Senior Lecturer of Criminology in the Criminal Justice Department, In addition to his teaching and research roles Elliot is First Year Criminology Tutor and module leader for the year three module International crime. He is also a supervisor for third year dissertations. Elliot is currently studying for his doctorate at Nottingham Trent University, which focuses on the illegal trade in shark fins.

Modules taught on:

Crim30405: International crime (Module Leader)

Crim30370: Drugs and society

CRIM20455: Criminology in the Real World

Research areas

Elliot's research interests include:

  • Wildlife trafficking
  • Green Criminology
  • Transnational crime


Doornbos, E. (2023) Colombian Hippos and Species Management: Exploring the Legal Case Surrounding the Management and Control of the Colombian Hippos from a Species Justice Perspective. Laws12, 29.

See all of Elliot Doornbos's publications...

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