Mia Scally is currently a lecturer with the Department of Criminology and Sociology. Within this role, Mia is the programme leader for BA Criminology with Psychology. Prior to this, Mia was a research associate with the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies and Forensic Psychological Services.
Mia is currently module leading and teaching topics such as crime and control in social context, childhood victimisation and offending, forensic mental health, and research methods. Mia teaches first year undergraduate students through to masters students.
Mia has experience teaching a range of topics including offender rehabilitation, issues related to women and children (for example, online child sexual abuse, intimate partner violence amongst young people, sexual and domestic violence and abuse) and other forensic psychological topics.
Patrick, Burton and Monica, Bulger and Davidson, Julia and Ali, Mariya and Davison, Patrick and Day, Emma and DeMarco, Jeffrey and Rasul, Majida and Razai, Sara and Scally, Mia and Wex, Bronwyn (2016) Child online protection in the MENA region. Project Report. Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention.
Davidson, Julia and DeMarco, Jeffrey and Bifulco, Antonia and Bogaerts, Stefan and Caretti, Vincenzo and Aiken, Mary and Chevers, Carly and Corbari, Elisa and Scally, Mia and Schimmenti, Adriano and Puccia, Angelo (2016) Enhancing police and industry practice. Project Report. Middlesex University. (Published online first)
DeMarco, Jeffrey and Davidson, Julia and Bifulco, Antonia and Scally, Mia and Cheevers, Carly and Schimmenti, Adriano and Caretti, Vincenzo and Puccia, Angelo and Corbari, Elisa and Schilder, Janneke and Bogaerts, Stefan (2016) EU online child safety: what does the literature say? Crimen et Delictum: International Journal of Criminological and Investigative Sciences, 11 (1). pp. 1-19. ISSN 2039-5671
Adler, Joanna R. and Edwards, Sarah and Scally, Mia and Gill, Dorothy and Puniskis, Michael John and Gekoski, Anna and Horvath, Miranda A. H. (2016) What works in managing young people who offend? A summary of the international evidence. Technical Report. Ministry of Justice.
Horvath, Miranda A. H. and Alys, Llian and Massey, Kristina and Pina, Afroditi and Scally, Mia and Adler, Joanna R. (2013) Basically... porn is everywhere: a rapid evidence assessment on the effects that access and exposure to pornography has on children and young people. Project Report. Office of the Children's Commissioner for England, London, UK.
Funded Research & Knowledge Exchange Projects
Scally, M., Horvath, M. A. H., & Adler, J. R. (2017). Child custody in the context of intimate partner violence and abuse: A secondary analysis of women’s experiences. Oral presentation at the RSSC conference, London, UK, 28-29 June.
Scally, M., Horvath, M. A. H., & Adler, J. R. (2017). Women’s experiences of child custody in the context of intimate partner violence and abuse. Oral presentation at the Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, Windsor, UK, 12-14 July.
Scally, M. (2016). Victimisation and Risk Online: What we know from ISEC. Oral presentation at the Digital World and Sex Offending: Policing, Cooperation and Victimisation conference, London, UK, June.
Scally, M., & DeMarco, J. (2016). An adapted REA exploring online child sexual abuse victimisation across the EU. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society annual conference, Nottingham, UK, April.
Scally, M., & Horvath, M. A. H. (2012). Healthy Relationships? An Exploration of Violence, Blame and Relationships Amongst Sixteen to Nineteen Year Old Students. Poster presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, Coventry, UK, 3-6 September.
Scally, M., & Horvath, M. A. H. (2012). Healthy Relationships? An Exploration of Violence, Blame and Relationships Amongst Sixteen to Nineteen Year Old Students. Oral presentation accepted for presentation at the XVIII. Workshop Aggression, Bielefeld, Germany, 7-9 November.