Dr Joanne Hulley is a Research Assistant on the None in Three Research Project. Prior to this, she worked as a Research Associate on the ‘Forced to Penetrate’ project at Lancaster University. Joanne has also worked at Edge Hill University researching the sexual abuse of children in sporting contexts, and has extensive experience of conducting interviews on difficult and sensitive subjects. She has taught on a number of criminology modules in various academic institutions. Her research interests are focused around sexual violence, from both perpetrators’ and survivors’ perspectives. She has published on her doctoral research, which explored desistance from sexual offending in a sample of 15 men, in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology and has authored a book chapter in Hazel Kemshall and Kieran McCartan’s book, Contemporary sex offender management, vol 2: responses, published by Palgrave Macmillan.