Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Natasha Chubbock is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and currently teaches on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, with a key focus on: Policing; Organised and Professional Crimes; and International Criminal Justice. She also has the role as dissertation tutor for the BA (Hons) Criminology course and is a member of the Social sciences ‘School Academic Irregularity Panel’ group.
Before NTU, Natasha worked as a Fines Enforcement Officer for Leicestershire Magistrates Court Committee aswell as conducting a short-term crime research project for Rushcliffe Borough Council. Before her current role at NTU she had previously worked for Nottingham Law School as the Research Assistant for the International Criminal Trials Project (run by Professors Ralph Henham & Mark Findlay). She was also a former Programme Leader for BA (Hons) Criminology and co-creator (with Dr James Hunter) of the current undergraduate criminology course.
Natasha has conducted research in collaboration with Nottinghamshire Probation Service, evaluating staff use of the OASys risk assessment tool (co-researcher with Dr Paul Sparrow and Ms Andrea Lyons-Lewis). She is now undertaking part-time PhD research: ‘The RSPCA as a Contemporary Plural Policing Agency’ (Director of Studies = Professor Simon Holdaway).
Natasha has acted as a consultant to Kaplan Open Learning on Criminal Justice teaching provisions.