Mr David Ashworth
Darlithydd mewn Plismona Proffesiynol, Troseddeg a Chyfiawnder troseddol
I came to Bangor University in 2020 to study for a PhD in Criminology following the completion of my MA in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2012 at Bangor. I have a background in professional policing, having served as a police officer for 30 years in both England and Wales and in the British Army.
My doctoral research draws from my practical and academic experience and focuses on the sentencing of impaired drivers in the Magistrates Courts.
My interests lie in policing practice, I teach on the Police Educational Qualification Framework (PEQF) degree programme, specifically focusing on roads policing, strategic thinking in policing, coaching and mentoring and assist with other programme modules.
Additional Contact information
Work Phone: 01248 388522
Office: Location Room G3 Ground Floor Main Arts Building
MA Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice, Bangor University 2012
Teaching and Supervision
Roads Policing, Strategic Thinking in Policing, Coaching and Mentoring and Dissertation
Personal Tutor, Year 3 Pastoral Tutor and School Deputy Exams Officers (SHiLSS)