Tracey is the editor of the Tracey McMahon Blog. She writes for several publications, on women offenders and rehabilitation, and has herself served a suspended sentence. She is passionate about changing the way the government views women who offend, and is dedicated to removing the stigma all too often associated with women who have served sentences.
When she’s not researching and writing about habilitation as she likes to call it, Tracey can be found on Twitter chatting, mostly about criminal justice and politics. But sometimes about shoes. And chocolate.
Tracey is also a highly accomplished transcriber, copywriter and translator.
Her experience inside the criminal justice system impacted her life deeply and gave her a unique insight into the process. Tracey now provides support and guidance to women who have served their own sentences as low risk offenders.
Tracey knows what it takes to turn your life around.
She’s changed her life for the better. And she thinks you can too.