Johns recent professional background is in research, evaluation and policy development across a range of child and family prevention and early intervention, social crime prevention, addiction and support programmes. Since completing a Masters Degree in Community Development at NUI Galway in 2008 he has worked as researcher and evaluator on numerous research and programme evaluation projects on behalf of the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre (UCFRC) at NUI Galway and the Research Evidence into Policy, Programmes, and Practice (REPPP) project at UL, among others. John currently is the lead researcher on the Making it Count project, which studies how to make better use of evidence generated routinely in the youth justice system in order to inform youth justice policy and practice.
Improving the Measurement of Effectiveness in the Irish Youth Justice System
Reddy, J. and Redmond, S.
The Evaluation of the Mol an Óige Common Sense Parenting Programme
Reddy, J. and Canavan, J
Scoping Review of International and Irish Literature on Outcomes for Permanence and Stability for Children in Care
Moran, L., Devaney, C., McGregor, C. and Reddy, J.
Monitoring & Evaluation Framework
Canavan, J. Reddy, J. and OGrady D
Western Region Drugs Task Force (WRDTF) Family Support Needs Analysis 2015
Reddy, J. and OGrady, D.
Review of the Treatment Foster Care Service in Co. Mayo and Co. Roscommon
Reddy, J. and Canavan, J.
Evaluation of the Community Safety Initiative of the Childhood Development Initiative
Kearns, N., Reddy, J. and Canavan, J
A Review of the Teenage Health Initiative (THI) in the former Western Health Board
Kearns, N. Reddy, J. and Canavan, J.