Forensic Psychology, University of Kent

A short film to introduce the Forensic Psychology division of the University of Kent (CORE-FP) following the ESRC impact award for the work of Professor Theresa Gannon and her team. Filmed on location at the University of Kent campus, NHS and HM Prison Swaleside on the Isle of Sheppey. A really great team at Kent […]

A short film to introduce the Forensic Psychology division of the University of Kent (CORE-FP) following the ESRC impact award for the work of Professor Theresa Gannon and her team. Filmed on location at the University of Kent campus, NHS and HM Prison Swaleside on the Isle of Sheppey. A really great team at Kent who appreciate what it takes to make a good film including the hard-fought access to film in prisons and secure hospital environments to bring the film alive. Check out Theresa’s presentation skills and voice over – a second career in TV maybe? Click on the image icon on the right to see the film.

Access to offenders was key to help illustrate the work of Forensic Psychologists.

Access to offenders was key to help illustrate the work of Forensic Psychologists.

The team won an ESRC impact award for their work with firestarters

The team won an ESRC impact award for their work with firestarters