Caroline Logan is a Lead Consultant Forensic Clinical Psychologist in the NHS as well as an Honorary Research Fellow in the Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health at the University of Manchester. She has worked in forensic settings for almost 20 years, working directly with clients who are at risk to themselves and others and, in a consultancy role, with the multidisciplinary teams and local and national organisations that look after and manage them.
She is a former Board Member of the Scottish Risk Management Authority, the DSPD Programme Expert Advisory Group, and the Project Board of Resettle, the Merseyside clinical risk and case management service for high risk offenders. She is currently a member of the Advisory Panel for the Close Supervision Centres and Managing Challenging Behaviour Strategy in the HMPS Directorate of High Security. She is a co-author of the Risk for Sexual Violence Protocol, a structured professional judgement approach to sexual violence risk assessment and management, and a co-author of the 2007/9 Department of Health guidelines Best Practice in Managing Risk in Mental Health Services. Dr Logan has research interests in the areas of personality disorder, psychopathy, and risk, and a special interest in gender issues in offending, on which she has published two books and many articles.