Dr Caroline Doyle is a Lecturer in the School of Business at UNSW Canberra. By drawing from her legal and policy experience, Caroline studies how policymakers can develop and implement policies to respond to social problems, such as crime and violence. Previously, Caroline spent time in Colombia investigating reductions in crime levels. More recently, she was recently the chief investigator for a qualitative research project that investigated the experiences of people leaving prison in the ACT.
Caroline has several years of experience as the President of Prisoners Aid (ACT). In this role, Caroline regularly provides advice to policymakers and service providers on policies and programs to improve the lives of ACT detainees during incarceration and post-release. Caroline is also the ACT Representative for the After-Prison Network. Caroline’s research has been published in leading policy, crime, and justice journals and her work has been featured in public media such as the Canberra Times, SBS News and the Australian Institute of International Affairs.
Caroline completed her PhD at UNSW Canberra in 2017. Previously she completed her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at the Australian National University and has been admitted as a solicitor to the ACT Supreme Court since 2013. She completed her Bachelor of Laws (Hons) at the University of Canberra and her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Wollongong.
List of Publications: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=sQI6v7MAAAAJ&hl=en