Position: Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology and Programme Director for Doctorate in Forensic Psychology
School: Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences
Telephone: +44(0)29 2041 7210
Room No: D3.12A
- Psychological Assessments and Interventions (MSc Forensic Psychology)
- Dissertation Module (MSc Forensic Psychology)
- Primarily on MSc Forensic Psychology
- Ad hoc teaching and supervision on the Pg Dip Practitioner Forensic Psychology Programme
- Some teaching on the BSc Psychology programme
- Burt, A.M.,
Payne, L. & Stubbings, D. R. (2022) Flying Under the Radar: How Susceptible Are University Students to County Lines Victimization?
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 1–21
Payne, L., McMurran, M., Glennan, C., & Mercer, J. (2022). The Impact of Working with Farm Animals on People with Offending Histories: A Scoping Review.
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624X221102851
- Walsh, J., Davies, J., Bagshaw, R &
Payne, E. (2012). Staff beliefs about the negotiation of serious prison incidents.
Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39(1), 59 – 70
- Cregg, M., and
Payne, E. (2010) PRISM with Incarcerated Young People: Optical Illusion or Reflection of Reality?
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 9: 173 – 179
Payne, E., Watt, A., Rogers, P., & McMurran, M. (2008). Offence characteristics, trauma histories and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in life sentenced prisoners.
British Journal of Forensic Practice 10 (1), 17 – 25.
- Cregg, M., McMurran, M.
,Payne, E., Heggs, D & Sellen, J. (2010). Stop and Think!: A feasibility study for a randomised control trial with adolescent males in custody.
British Psychological Society, Division of Forensic Psychology, Kent, UK. June.
Ms Payne is a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She is a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered Forensic Psychologist and Chartered Forensic Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. She is a Full Member of the BPS Division of Forensic Psychology (DFP) and Associate Fellow of the BPS. Ms Payne also holds a sessional appointment with the Ministry of Justice (HM Courts and Tribunal Service). Ms Payne's background is as a practitioner forensic psychologist, with particular expertise in violence risk assessment and consultancy during serious prison incidents. Her research interests include: farm animal work and its rehabilitative benefits for people with offending histories; vulnerability to County Lines exploitation; the assessment and management of institutional violence; offence related PTSD and hostage / crisis negotiation in both community and prison settings.