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David Wilson

David Wilson

David Wilson was entered into the world at the place of Sauchie, United Kingdom on 23 April, 1957. However, by profession, he is an ProfessorCriminologis. Find David Wilson’s Net worth Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and profession refreshes. Figure out how rich would he say in this year and how he uses all of his net worth? Additionally, figure out how he procured the majority of his net worth at 63 years old?

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Occupation Prison Governor (Former)University ProfessorCriminologist
Age 64 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 23 April 1957
Birthday 23 April
Birthplace Sauchie, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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2019
Wilson has recently written about these experiences in his professional memoir, My Life with Murderers (London Sphere), which was longlisted for the Gold Dagger Award 2019.
2017
In 2017, he acted as Moderator on the Dean Strang and Jerry Buting Making a Murderer Tour in London, Bristol, Birmingham and Newcastle. In 2019, he interviewed the FBI profiler, John E. Douglas on stage at The London Apollo.
2016
Wilson appears regularly on television and radio, both as a commentator about the criminal justice system and as a presenter. He is a regular contributor to the press and writes mostly for The Guardian and the Daily Mail. On television he presented four series of The Crime Squad for BBC1, and also Leave No Trace and Too Young to Die? about the plight of young people on death row in the USA. On BBC2 he presented Who Killed Ivan the Terrible? and was an expert on the game show Identity. On Channel 5 he co-presented Banged Up, which was nominated for a Royal Television Society award. Wilson developed and presented two series of Killers Behind Bars: The Untold Story, which was developed initially from the stand point of an academic look at criminal profiling to counter that shown in fictional series such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 2016, he presented the critically acclaimed Interview with a Murderer on Channel 4, about the murder of Carl Bridgewater. This documentary won the Broadcast Award and the Royal Television Society Award in 2017. In 2019, Wilson presented the David Wilson’s Crime Files, a series of 10 episodes, each an hour long, broadcast on BBC Scotland.
Wilson gives public lectures which he announces via his Twitter account, and delivers lectures for schools through the company CrimiKnowledge. In 2016 the TV drama Dark Angel attributed his book Mary Ann Cotton: Britain’s First Female Serial Killer as its inspiration.

2006

Wilson has advised various police forces as a criminologist, and in 2006 was also involved in the Ipswich serial murder case, as an advisor to Sky News. Subsequently, Steve Wright was arrested and prosecuted for this series of murders. Wilson co-authored a book with the former Sky broadcast journalist Paul Harrison about their experiences on this case. Wilson also approached convicted murderer Peter Tobin to discuss the Bible John killings, but has not yet secured a meeting with Tobin. He was named top public criminologist by the Times Higher Education Supplement in 2008 and 2009. Wilson was profiled by the Times Higher Education Supplement in 2019.
2001
Latterly he was Head of Prison Officer and Operational Training in the Prison Service, on whose behalf he made official visits to Northern Ireland and the United States. It was after he returned from a trip to advise on penal reform in Albania on behalf of the Council of Europe, and how much better the prisons were there, that he resigned from Her Majesty’s Prison Service in protest at prison conditions. In 2001 he completed a report of the 4,200 Muslim prisoners in British jails and his review concluded there were no examples of extremist recruiting.
2000
After a short time with the Prison Reform Trust, he joined University of Central England in Birmingham (now Birmingham City University), and was given a professorship in 2000 and made Emeritus Professor in 2017 . A member of the British Society of Criminology, his research covers aspects of prisons and imprisonment, murder and serial murder.
Wilson has published widely on the criminal justice system generally and prisons specifically, and was the Editor of the Howard Journal of Criminal Justice (2000–2015), and is the author of more than 15 books.
1998
Wilson acted as: Vice-Chair of the Howard League for Penal Reform (1998–2014); Vice-President of New Bridge; former Chair of the Forum on Prisoner Education (2000–2006); former Chair of the Commission on English Prisons Today, whose president was Cherie Blair; and is Chair of the Friends of Grendon Prison (ongoing). In 2012, he was made a National Teaching Fellow of England and Wales.
1984
Recruited directly from Cambridge, he joined Her Majesty’s Prison Service as an Assistant Governor at HMP Wormwood Scrubs in 1984. It is said by some that at the age of 29 he became the youngest governor in the country. In fact he was the Assistant Governor in charge of Finnamore Wood camp, a small annexe to HM YOI Huntercombe. He then worked at HMP Grendon where he ran the sex offenders’ treatment programme, HMP Woodhill, and HMYOI Finnamore Wood.

1975

Born in Sauchie, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, he was raised on a dairy farm outside Carluke, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Wilson studied at the University of Glasgow (1975–79), Selwyn College, Cambridge, and at the Cambridge Institute of Criminology, where he gained a PhD in 1983. He was awarded the St Andrew’s Scholarship of New York, 1979–80. and became a National Teaching Fellow in 2012.
1957
David Wilson (born 23 April 1957) is a Scottish professor of criminology at Birmingham City University. A former prison governor, he is known for his work as a criminologist specialising in serial killers through his work with various British police forces, academic publications, books, and media appearances.
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