Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Jade Moran
About Dr Jade Moran
Dr Jade Moran is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology. Jade became a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University in 2009. She currently teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students for the following modules: Violent & Sexual Offending (Level 6); Rethinking Policing (Level 7); War, Crime & Violence (Level 7); Engendering Criminology (Level 7).
Jade currently teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She teaches a range of modules including Policing, Justice & Security, Violent & Sexual Offending, and War, Crime and Violence. She also supervises both BA Honours and MSc Criminology dissertation students.
She also contributes to teaching across the School for both single honours and joints degrees.
Jade’s research interests include policing, political violence and armed conflict. In particular, she has expertise in the conflict in the North of Ireland, and the Nazi genocide of 1933-45. Her other research interests include violent and sexual offending. Jade completed her PhD at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge in 2010. Her doctoral thesis explored the IRA’s system of informal justice in West Belfast. It was based on a two-year in-depth study.