James is an Advisor working across BIT’s home affairs and international programmes. His work primarily focuses on fraud and cyber security, with recent projects tackling phishing, website security and social engineering fraud in the financial sector. Since joining the team, he has worked on a range of policy areas in the UK and abroad, including road safety, further education, taxation and volunteer retention.
Prior to joining the team, James worked for the Centre for Market and Public Organisation (CMPO) at the University of Bristol testing parent engagement interventions with randomised controlled trials. James has a Bachelor’s in Politics from the University of Nottingham.