Events · Howard League events
Exploring people’s experiences of crime and gambling harms
Date: 17 May 2022
Part of HMPPS Insights 22 festival
Exploring people’s lived experiences of crime and gambling harms
Tuesday 17 May 2022 12.30–1.30pm, online
The event will explore the complex interplay between crime and gambling harms through in-depth qualitative research about people’s lived experiences, including women and ethnic minority communities.
This webinar will be held at HMPPS Insights 22 festival.
Chaired by Anita Dockley, Research Director, Howard League for Penal Reform, the session will include:
Dr Lauren Smith, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Lincoln exploring:
- how gambling harms can be better understood
- the impact of gambling harms and the specific experiences of the criminal justice journey, and
- the perspectives of people who have experienced gambling harms
Steve Girling, Lived Experience of Crime and GRH, Coach & Consultant
- the complex interplay between crime and gambling related harm through in-depth qualitative research about people’s lived experiences focussing on women; and ethnic minority communities
- the potential benefits from improving knowledge and recognition of gambling harms within the criminal justice system and inclusion