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Research Profile

Dr Jasmin Tregidga 

Career Profile

Jasmin Tregidga was appointed Lecturer in Criminology in the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University in 2009.  She is nearing completion of an ESRC-sponsored PhD in Criminology which focuses on the policing of terrorism (see Projects). She has over 5 years teaching experience in the School – at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  In recent years (2003-2005), she has worked as a Research Associate in the School of Social Sciences, predominantly in the areas of policing and domestic violence.  She has been part of a collaborative team that evaluated Specialist Domestic Violence Courts (SDVCs) in the UK, and has been involved in research into Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs), which were developed in Cardiff in 2003 to respond to the needs of very high-risk victims and their children.  She is currently working on a co-authored book entitled Diversity, Crime and Control commissioned by Sage Publications.


  • 2005-2006: MSc Social Science Research Methods (Distinction) at Cardiff University
  • 2002-2003: MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice (Distinction) at Cardiff University
  • 1997-2001: BA Hons American Studies and English Literature (First Class) at Swansea University

Memberships / External Activities

Professional Activities

  • Associate Editor of the British Society of Criminology Journal Criminology and Criminal Justice

Teaching Profile

  • Offending and Victimisation (Level 2)
  • Responses to Crime (Level 2)
  • Social Sciences Research Methods (Level 2)
  • Criminological Practice (Level 2)
  • Crime, Control and Regulation (Level 3)
  • Diversity, Crime and Control (Level 3)
  • Prisons and Community Sanctions (Level 3)
  • Key Issues in Policing Research (MSc)
  • Methods and Evidence-based Practice in Community Safety and Youth Justice (MSc) 


Currently supervising 5 undergraduate dissertations