Jenna Page


Lecturer in Criminology; Learning and Teaching Co-ordinator for the School of Psychology

Department of Violence Prevention, Trauma and Criminology

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Jenna has worked at the University of Worcester as a lecturer in criminology teaching on the undergraduate criminology degrees since 2018.

Prior to moving into academia Jenna was a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives specialising in housing litigation law.

Jenna is passionate about both education and criminology and enjoys the privileged role of supporting students throughout their university journey. Jenna has a focus on teaching first year university students, aiming to aid in the transition to the higher education learning environment. Jenna enjoys working with students from a diverse range of backgrounds and uses contemporary issues and case studies to encourage student engagement and passion within the discourse of criminology.

Jenna undertakes the role of Learning and Teaching Co-ordinator within the School of Psychology with the aim of discussing and disseminating outstanding learning and teaching practice throughout the school. Jenna enjoys the opportunities this role gives to engage with colleagues throughout the wider university. An important element of this role is the mentoring of associate lecturers within the school of psychology to foster a sense community and support within the school.


  • Level 6 Higher Diploma in Law
  • Master of Arts in Criminology
  • Master of Arts in Education (currently studying)
  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Teaching Interests

  • Children, young people, crime and justice
  • Criminological theory
  • Criminal justice
  • Application of criminal law to criminology

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Recent Publications

  • The rise and fall of student retention: Can it be prevented? Jenna Page and Amy Johnson presenting at the University of Worcester Learning and Teaching Conference 2023.