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Peer Review Conferences


Catherine Naughton, Sean Redmond, Eoin O’Meara Daly (2018). The Greentown project- a problem-centred expert design process with children trapped in crime networks in Ireland. 10th Annual Illicit Network Workshop, Seattle, USA (November 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). REPPP – an innovative government/academic partnership to encourage a rational approach to youth crime policy, programmes and practice in Ireland. North/South criminology conference, UCD Dublin (September 2018)

John Reddy (2018). Improving the Measurement of Effectiveness in the Irish Youth Justice System. North/South criminology conference, UCD Dublin (September 2018)

Deirdre Fullerton (2018). Exploring the ‘black box’ of the frontline professional and young person relationship in youth justice settings.  An example of a modified realist synthesis approach. North/South criminology conference, UCD Dublin (September 2018)

Catherine Naughton (2018). Combining realist and experimental designs to programme evaluation – a new approach to programme governance and a fairer deal for practice. North/South criminology conference, UCD Dublin (September 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). The Greentown Project – an Irish evidence informed response to reducing the influence of criminal networks on children. North/South criminology conference, UCD Dublin (September 2018)

Catherine Naughton (2018). Offenders, victims or both? The chaotic backgrounds of children involved in prolific offending: An Irish case study. International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) Prague (September 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). The impact of neighbourhood based crime networks on children's offending behaviour Greentown: a case study. European Society of Criminology Conference (ERC) Sarajevo (August 2018)

John Reddy and Deirdre Fullerton (2018). Looking outwards and inwards - Two examples of assembling evidence to inform Irish youth justice policy and practice .Irish Government Economic & Evaluation Service (IGEES) Conference Dublin Castle (June 2018)

Catherine Naughton (2017). ‘Understanding Complex Youth Offending: The Greentown Research Project Child Friendly Youth Justice. Child Friendly Youth Justice Conference, University of Cambridge, (September 2017).

Sean Redmond (2016). ‘From Swamp to Soundbite- A seven step practical methodology for making sense of the influence of a criminal network on children’s offending behaviour’. 8th Annual Illicit Network Workshop, London (December 2016)

Poster

John Reddy (2018)’ Improving the Measurement of Effectiveness in the Irish Youth Justice System’. Irish Research Council Meet-and-greet, University of Limerick (January 2018)

Sean Redmond, Catherine Naughton, Eoin O’Meara Daly, John Reddy (2018). ‘Youth Crime: Research Evidence into Policy, Programmes and Practice (REPPP) Project’. Irish Research Council Meet-and-greet, University of Limerick (January 2018)

Deirdre Fullerton (2018). Early intervention in the teenage years. Joint Public Health Annual Conference - Early Intervention for Life. Belfast (November 2018)

Catherine Naughton (2018). Understanding complex youth offending. Why we have to think differently and radically about improving outcomes for children caught up in crime networks in Ireland.  An Garda Siochana National Drugs Strategy Training Programme, Nenagh, (October 2018)

Eoin O’Meara Daly (2018). The Greentown Project- an Irish evidence informed response to reducing the influence of criminal networks on children. Dept of Politics (October 2018)

Sean Redmond, (2018) “Unlocking the Power of Data for Criminal Justice Research, Policy-Making and Practice. ACJRD 21st Annual Conference, Dublin, (October 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018) Using evidence to reform youth crime policy, programmes and practice. EOLAS Justice Conference (September 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). Understanding complex youth offending. Why we have to think differently and radically about improving outcomes for children caught up in crime networks in Ireland.  An Garda Siochana National Drugs Strategy Training Programme. Garda training College (June 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). - Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice, University of Strathclyde, Scotland (May 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘Research Evidence into Policy, Programmes and Practice Project

A Win-Win for Government and Academia?’ North/South Criminology Seminar, Dublin (April 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘When convention isn’t enough: Why we have to think differently and radically about improving outcomes for children caught up in crime networks in Ireland’. Criminology Seminar University Collage Cork, (April 2018).

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘Examining the Mechanisms of Harm Presented by Crime Networks on Children in Ireland’. Health Research Board Technical Meeting on Drug Related Intimidation, HRB Dublin (March 2018)

Catherine Naughton (2018). ‘Using surveys to supplement routine monitoring’. Health Research Board Technical Meeting on Drug Related Intimidation, HRB Dublin (March 2018)

Sarah Loughran, Alison Kiely, Shane O’Reilly, Lauren Derwin, Katie Tyrrell, Pamela Gubbins, Una Walsh and John Dunne (2018). ‘Legal and Policy Instruments to Protect Children from Adult’s Grooming for Crime’, Presentation hosted by Secretary-General Dr Fergal Lynch and Michelle Shannon, Director of Irish Youth Justice Services, DCYA, Dublin (March 2018)

Eoin O Meara Daly (2018). The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour: Greentown- An Irish Study. Public Policy Process Class, University of Limerick (February 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour Greentown. SIM presentation to Maths Department University of Limerick (February 2018)

Sean Redmond (2018). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children’s Offending Behaviour Greentown: An Irish Study’. Ballyfermot Dip. in Drug & Alcohol Studies (February 2018)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘The Effects of Crime Networks on Children: An Irish Study’. 18th Annual Prosecutors Conference, Dublin Castle (November 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘When convention isn’t enough’: Improving outcomes for children caught up in crime networks in Ireland’. Solas Justice Team Launch, Boston College, Dublin (November 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘The complicated relationship between scientific evidence and youth crime policy’. CCJVS20 Conference, University of Limerick (October 2017).

Catherine Naughton (2017). ‘Understanding complex youth offending: The Greentown research’ project’. Crime and Social Policy, University College Dublin (October 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017) ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children. Perspectives on hidden victims: Findings of three new innovative studies. University of Limerick (April 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’. Law Department Seminar series Maynooth University (May 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017). ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children 'Greentown' - a case study’. The local embedding of organized crime: manifestation and tackling seminar. Centre for Information & Research on Organised Crime in the University of Utrecht (May 2017)

Sean Redmond (2017) ‘Why we should be bothered about the influence that locally based criminal networks have on children’ Maynooth University (May 2017)