Lecturer in Criminology
Jenna Page is a lecturer in Criminology and has worked at the University of Worcester for two years. Jenna's criminological interests include animal rights and welfare, criminal justice and youth justice. Jenna currently leads on the modules Criminological Theory, Criminal Justice, Families and Criminality and Children Young People and Crime.
Prior to moving into academia Jenna was a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal executives and specialised in housing litigation law. One of Jenna's particular interests as a litigator was anti-social behaviour.
Jenna enjoys her current roles as a Personal Academic Tutor and Admissions Tutor within the Criminology Team. In particular Jenna enjoys visiting prospective students at colleges to talk to students about life as a University of Worcester criminology student. Jenna is currently studying her Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
- Level 6 Higher Diploma in Law (Chartered Institute of Legal Executives)
- Master of Arts in Criminology
- Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy