Feleena Mason

Feleena Mason
Lancaster University | LU · Division of Health Research

Msc Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduate, University of Oxford

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Introduction
Lancaster University Mental Health PhD student. University of Oxford graduate in MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice. First Class Ba(Hons) Social and Political Studies, Ruskin College, (Sociology, Politics and Economics) Oxford University blog: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/centres-institutes/centre-criminology/blog/2017/11/injustice-screening Research focus:Criminalisation of mental illness, unrecognised vulnerability, suicide, political economics of mental health.
Additional affiliations
October 2022 - June 2027
Lancaster University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Mental Health PhD student
Education
October 2017 - June 2019
University of Oxford
Field of study
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
October 2011 - June 2017
Ruskin College
Field of study
  • Social Science: Sociology, Politics and Economics

Publications

Publications (5)
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Neo-liberalised individualisation policy and the adoption of a generic procurement procedure has defined, categorised and quantified mental illness; resulting in market failures and service deficits. Preventative measures and alternative therapies do not balance against cost benefit analysis and competing agencies in this schema. This paper gives a...
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On the 12th March 2019, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) issued draft legal guidance for prosecuting defendants with Mental Health conditions and disorders. At this same point, Max Hill QC (Director of Public Prosecution) launched the CPS public consultation on the proposed revisions. On the tenth anniversary of the Bradley report (2009), this p...
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Chapters two and three, Literature review On the 12th March 2019, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) issued draft legal guidance for prosecuting defendants with Mental Health conditions and disorders. At this same point, Max Hill QC (Director of Public Prosecution) launched the CPS public consultation on the proposed revisions. On the tenth anniv...
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On 30th November 2016, the Justice Committee identified specific problems within prisons in England and Wales and released proposals to address them. In the twelve months to June 2016, there have been 107 suicides, two escapes, five riots and one hostage situation. The Prisons and Probation Ombudsman in September 2016 stated a 27% increase in assau...
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This paper revisits the colonial history of Jamiaca and seeks to understand the complex political and economic influences which are argued to have contributed to the socio-economic demise of this flourishing island.