Thursday 15th February 2018
Kings Community Church Hall in Lancaster
Dr Sullivan is a Registered Forensic Psychologist and holds a PhD in Forensic Psychology, a Masters Degree in Criminology, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychology, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in applied Social Sciences, and a Certificate of Qualification in Social Work.
For the past 20 years, Dr Sullivan has worked with police officers, social workers, probation officers, faith groups and educationalists to provide insights into the motivations, thoughts and behaviours of child sex offenders.
Dr Sullivan has worked extensively in law enforcement since 1996, assisting UK and European police forces with investigations into the sexually motivated abduction, murder and assault of children. Since 2006, Dr Sullivan has also been the Forensic Psychologist in the Behaviour Analysis Unit in the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). He has received a Chief Constables Commendation for his contribution to the investigation into the sexually motivated abduction and murder of a child in 2001.
Dr Sullivan has also undertaken assessment and therapeutic intervention work with women who sexually abuse children and adults accused or suspected of professional sexual misconduct. Part of his work also includes the assessment and treatment of adult survivors of child sexual abuse.
He has published and presented papers to national and international conferences on the techniques he uses for engaging, assessing and interviewing sexual offenders.
Male’s as Rape Victims?
Dr Siobhan Weare (As seen on Channel 4 News) is a Lecturer in Law at Lancaster University Law School. Her current research explores the experiences of men who are sexually assaulted and forced into intercourse with women. To this end she has collected the first dataset in the UK on the issue of men who are ‘forced-to-penetrate’ women. More broadly, she is also interested in the legal and criminal justice responses to domestic and sexual violence.
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