Dr. Dominic Willmott is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Loughborough University. He previously held a full time post with the Ni3 Centre as Research Fellow and played a key role in the EU-funded None in Three project in Barbados and Grenada, contributing to survey design and advanced statistical analysis. He continues to work for None in Three on the training, data capture and analytic phases of WP4 in the non-UK countries.
His work on the current project focuses on ensuring a co-ordinated approach to research delivery in each study country, planning and delivering training as required in close consultation with all academic work packages and country teams.
Dom’s research examines the impact of psychological influences upon legal decision making within the courtroom. He completed his PhD at the University of Huddersfield having been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence in 2014.
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