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RECOOP Trustees and Board

Roderick Knight

  • Position: Chair - Dorset Art and Culture Partnership
Roderick qualified in social work in 1968 and was later appointed as Area Director in 1971 with remit to establish the new Social Services generic structure for South East Dorset.  This was followed by work developing policy and managing...
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Dr Catherine Morgan

  • Position: Assistant Professor in Sociology and Criminology
Dr Catherine Morgan is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Coventry University . She has previously been a lecturer at the University of Leeds and the University of Durham and Subject Leader of Criminology and Sociology programmes at...
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Leah Warwick

  • Position: National Development Manager, Circles UK
Leah’s background is one of working with sexual offending and harmful sexual behaviour. She joined Circles UK in 2012 and leads the development of new areas of service delivery and business opportunities to support sustainability and growth....
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Dylan Phillips

  • Position: Vice Chair, BCHA Board; Trustee Streetscene Bournemouth
Dylan joined the Board of RECOOP in July 2019. In 1986, Dylan became a GP and later a Senior Partner at NHS medical practices in Harpenden, until his retirement in 2016. Throughout that time, he was also the Chairman of the Hertfordshire Drug...
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Lorraine Lloyd

  • Position: RECOOP Board Member
Lorraine has over 18 years experience in risk, governance and internal controls in various organisations (Financial Services, Local and Central Government, Charity sector and professional service providers) predominantly in senior roles in the 3rd...
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Caroline Williams

Caroline is a registered nurse who has worked for the last 25 years in acute healthcare as well as the criminal justice system. She was the head of healthcare at two large male prisons, plus providing cover for neighbouring prisons in the...
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Thursday, June 11th 2020
COVID-19 has thrown up many challenges in all aspects of life, not least in prisons. There is a fear that the necessary, highly restrictive regimes put in place to combat the spread of coronavirus, will have a huge impact on the mental health of prisoners....
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