Dawes Unit advisory group
The Dawes Unit benefits from the advice of an expert advisory group, whose insights strengthen the work and challenge the thinking, as well as help to make the right connections.
- Robert Berkeley (Director, Runnymede Trust)
- Barnie Choudhury (Journalist and Lecturer at Lincoln University)
- Christian Guy (Director of Policy, Centre for Social Justice)
- Karyn McCluskey (Co-Director, Violence Reduction Unit, Strathclyde Police)
- Professor Rod Morgan (Emeritus Professor Bristol University)
- Mick McNally (Ending Gang & Youth Violence Team Lead, Home Office)
- Stephanie Waddell (Gang and Youth Violence Policy Lead, Violent Crime Unit, Home Office)
- Keren Jones (Assistant Director Partnerships Economy and Culture
- Wolverhampton City Council
- Pastor Nims Obunge (CEO, Peace Alliance)
- Mark Powell (CEO, Yes2Ventures)
- Martin Teff (Gangs Lead, Department of Health)
- DCC Dave Thompson (West Midlands Police and ACPO lead on gangs)
- Tara Young (Senior Research Fellow, London Metropolitan University)
- Angela Neustatter (Journalist)
- Contact Lisa Smitherman, Director of Social Justice and Rehabilitation
- Read about Catch22’s gangs work
- Find out about the Wolverhampton Violence Reduction Team
- Follow @DawesUnit on Twitter
- Sign up for updates and a round-up of gang crime news:
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