Dr Jane Adlard has a number of years of experience relating to forensic psychology, both in practice and in academia. She is currently the Programme Director for the MSc Forensic Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, and is a registered practitioner psychologist as well as BPS chartered. Dr Adlard undertakes consultancy work carrying out risk assessments for parole hearings, and for sentencing and courts. She has recently completed the Forensic and Occupational Test User training and is on the BPS Register of Test users. Dr Adlard’s main areas of work are carrying out HCR20 assessments, RSVP and SARA. She also has training in the use of the IPDE. Dr Adlard is a qualified supervisor for trainee forensic psychologists. She has also conducted research into the experience of prisoners on indeterminate sentences, and would be keen to work with that group, as she has a good understanding of the needs of those offenders.
Courts or Tribunals: Criminal and Offending
Age groups: Adult, Older Adult
Psychological Specialisms: Adult Mental Health Problems, Forensic, Personality Disorder, Sexual Offending, Substance Misuse