Amy is Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion (CJL&D) Manager. Her job is to co-ordinate, manage and develop LAT’s Liaison and Diversion Service across Lincolnshire, and to manage the CJL&D team to ensure a consistent, high-quality service is delivered to individuals in police custody.
Amy completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University and has almost completed a Master of Science in Forensic Psychology at the University of Lincoln. She has volunteered with vulnerable individuals in both Yorkshire and Lincolnshire as well as overseas in Sri Lanka and worked as a CJL&D practitioner before her promotion to manager in April 2023.
The most inspiring and rewarding part of Amy’s role is supporting the practitioners to change the lives of others and be able to make an impact on the criminal justice system.
What excited you most about joining LAT?
The opportunity to work with vulnerable individuals, and advocate for them when they have no-one else.
What’s the best piece of advice you have ever been given?
"You cannot fill from an empty cup"
What’s your favourite motto?
“ This too shall pass"
What do you like to do in your spare time?
“I love to travel when possible, or I spend my days outdoors with loved ones on long walks or at the beach”