My name is Dr Yvonne Hail, and I am a research fellow in the School of Management (MWO) working on the H2020 funded DIAMOND project and a part time Lecturer in Criminology in the Faculty of Social Sciences. I have over 5 years research management experience where I have successfully delivered multiple national and international projects within fixed ethical and GDPR frameworks to tight deadline dates and within budget. I am also an alumni of the University of Stirling where I attended the Access to Higher Education course before obtaining a First-Class Hons in Criminology and Sociology and an MSc in Applied Social Research (Criminology) I then completed my PhD at the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) at the University of Dundee. I have a long-term commitment to working with the European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) based in Brussels and the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) where we have developed a toolbox of Community Policing policy and practice. As an associate inspector with HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland I am responsible for providing research support to the wider inspectorate with regards their local inspections. As part of the SIPR network I have built strong working relationships with police practitioners and policing academics across Scotland and have recently become a member of their Education and Leadership Network with the aim of supporting Police Scotland with research in education and leadership towards increased professionalism and capability.
Research Fellow H2020 "Unity Project" Edinburgh Napier University 2015- 2018
Research Fellow H2020 "Diamond" University of Stirling January 2019