Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, University of Birmingham
Monica Lloyd gained her professional qualifications within the Prison Service and over the course of her career worked in prisons, HM Inspectorate of Prisons and the National Offender Management Service. Monica joined the University on a part-time basis, having retired from NOMS. At Birmingham, she has helped to establish the new combined forensic and clinical doctorate course and her specialism is the Psychology of Extremism and Terrorism. Her later work involved the development of risk assessment frameworks for the criminal justice system. She continues to do research in the area of counter-terrorism for the Home Office.
Monica is currently registering for a Ph.D by publication with a proposed completion date of March 2020.
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Lloyd, M, & Kleinot, P. (2017) Pathways into Terrorism: the Good the Bad and the Ugly. The Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: Applications, Theory and Research.
The development of Structured Guidelines for assessing risk in extremist offenders. The Journal of Threat Assessment and Management. Vol 2, Issue 1. pp 40-52.