Simon Davies

Does Reassessment of Dynamic Risk and Protective Factors Improve the Prediction of Imminent Recidivism?

Profile

Simon completed his undergraduate and honours study at Victoria, before starting as a PhD student in 2014. His PhD research looks at the factors that indicate whether (and when) men will reoffend when they are released after long periods in prison in New Zealand. He is being supervised by Garth Fletcher, Devon Polaschek (University of Waikato), and Caleb Lloyd (Swinburne University). Simon is also in the clinical psychology diploma programme and is scheduled to resume his clinical training in 2018.

Qualifications

BA, LLB, BSc(Hons)

Research Interests

Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology, Risk Assessment, Community Supervision, Rehabilitation

PhD topic

Does Reassessment of Dynamic Risk and Protective Factors Improve the Prediction of Imminent Recidivism?

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