Eoin is a youth justice researcher on the Greentown Project. He completed an MA in Criminology in Dublin Institute of Technology. Here, his research on youth offending concentrated on the area of desistance and how some young adults could stay away from crime despite being heavily involved in their younger years. Eoin was previously a manager in one of Ireland’s biggest youth service providers, Limerick Youth Service (Youth Work Ireland). Eoin has been involved in youth justice for over 10 years, having coordinated and managed a number of Garda Youth Diversion Projects in Limerick City. Eoin’s current work focuses on the Greentown replication study and how criminal networks influence youth offending.