Rory Geoghegan

Rory Geoghegan

Head of Criminal Justice

Rory joined the Centre for Social Justice in 2017 as Head of Criminal Justice. Recent reports published include Desperate for a Fix, A Woman-Centred Approach, and Growing the Local.

Rory’s criminal justice policy experience is blended with frontline practice, spending five years as a police officer working across response, neighbourhoods and gangs in the Metropolitan Police. He has previously worked in commercial and financial strategy at PwC before starting work on criminal justice while at the Institute for Government.

Rory regularly writes and appears in the media, across the Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, FT, Evening Standard, Sky and the BBC. He also presents at conferences on prison reform, prison safety, criminal justice and policing.

Rory graduated from the University of Oxford where he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Trinity College. He enjoys travel and, closer to home, hiking and leisure activities in the the Thames Valley, Wiltshire, and Cornwall.

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