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Dr Sam Baeza

Senior Lecturer

s.baeza@chi.ac.uk | 01243 816201

Sam Baeza worked for four years (1997-2001) as a member of the West Sussex Risk Assessment team and gained an MSc in Forensic Psychology. He further specialised in assessing and treating male sex offenders.  

In 2001 Sam moved to work at the Lucy Faithfull's Wolvercote Clinic. His work involved residential and non - residential assessment and treatment of men accused and convicted of sexually abusing children. 

He was also involved in the delivery of training and consultation to agencies concerned with child sexual abuse.  

In 2003, Sam started working for West Sussex Children Services as a Child Protection Adviser, until he joined the University of Chichester as a Senior Lecturer.

Sam continues to work as an independent assessor of sexual offenders and delivers training and conference papers around child protection and specifically the sexual offending field.




Samuel Baeza, Sarah Butler, Sarah Smith & Janet McCray (2018) Trampolines and Minefields: The Use of Touch during Home-Based Child Protection Visits in England, Practice. Social Work in Action