Todd E Hogue


Professor Hogue is a Forensic and Clinical Psychologist who started his career in the British Prison Service working mainly with sexual offenders. He organised the original national staff training for the implementation of the Sex Offender Treatment Programme in the UK and as part of this developed the Attitudes Towards Sexual Offenders (ATS) scale which is still actively being used.

Todd worked in a community treatment programme for sexual offenders and a secure residential setting for adolescents before moving to Rampton Secure Hospital where he developed specialist services for individuals with a personality disorder. In 2006 he moved to an academic role as Professor of Forensic Psychology at the University of Lincoln and is currently Programme Lead for the MSc in Forensic Psychology.

Most of Todd’s career has been in applied practice and his core research interests are focused on practice-based issues. Indeed, his PhD research focused on the development of a self-report measure of denial in sexual offenders.